“You do know, of course, why you’re here don’t you?
Because you couldn’t resist the challenge!
Nothing in all creation, not in any sphere of the universe, compares to being born into time and space without any recollection of your past. Having to find your own way when lost, your own courage when frightened, and the infinite powers at your disposal when challenged. Left to the elements to rediscover your supremacy over them.
Driven by your passions so that you might rise above your humble, naked beginnings and ultimately see through the illusions that have trapped you. To find yourself once again high upon the throne of thy Kingdom come, from whence it all began.
Walking on sunshine,
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
No one really knows their mission in life, despite the career you choose after college. Some can see direction when practicing a trade while others change interest when facing midlife crisis. You will face challenges, that’s a given, and you shouldn’t be afraid of them. Trying anything in life will help you open doors to different opportunity you never thought ever existed. It doesn’t matter what you do, as long as you are starting doing something. You may never end up doing the same thing you started doing in the beginning of your career, unless you are passionately in love with what you do. There is NOTHING wrong with that at all. Encourage diversity, and sometimes, your hobby can become your new passion. Do not be afraid when changes are required to start a new chapter in your life. If these changes are adamant, do not resist them.
The great things about life is that you have choices and it is up to you to make as many of them as you wish. Some will be good and others will obviously suck. The key is to assume responsibilities to these choices and whatever consequences. I understand that the fear of the unknown will always be present but that what makes life so exciting. If you could predict the future, all excitement will be lost. You need to perceive things differently and adopt a new outlook in life. Embrace these changes whenever they come and always welcome some adversities as they teach you lessons you wouldn’t ever learn anywhere else.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD