WHEN YOU arrive at yourself, your purpose, you’ll see that it’s been there all the time, you’ve known it, but been too ashamed to admit it, or could never have believed it was possible. The amount of time and energy we waste not doing something that we’d love to do, because deep down we don’t believe we deserve it, or that it could be possible – it’s insane.
The more I see of life and people, the more I’m convinced that every person has one thing, one single message that they’d like to give to the world. It may be big, it may be small; it may be a service, or an invention, anything, it doesn’t matter. Most of our efforts are spent avoiding giving that gift to the world. It’s for this reason that so many people feel unfulfilled and rushed off their feet.
When you’re doing what you’re meant to be doing, when you’re answering your calling, a vast universe of time opens up. You realise that you have a whole lifetime to do just this one thing, so what’s the panic all about, what’s the rush? You begin to feel its inevitability, that there’s a certain future pulling you towards it, and you sink further into being able to be in the now, with no worries.
If you want to feel less stressed about time, and less like you’re on a treadmill, give up doing all the things you’re not supposed to be doing, and start doing that one thing, living that passion, that dream…