Walk in the light

At times we all question our purpose, our meaning, how we can make a difference. We may look over what we’ve done and find it insignificant or unaligned with what we expected. Or we may decide we were more productive in our past and somehow strayed off course.

How did I get so lost? Is this really what I was meant to do, or did I somehow miss the signs, abandoning my true calling in life?

We seek change but we don’t know where to begin.

I can’t say that I have the answer, or that I know how to avoid this feeling of being stuck in limbo without any direction. Everyone’s situation is complex and unique, dependent on the individual’s decisions and actions.  

I, however, can suggest to walk in the light and seek enlightenment. Try seeing the world in its wide array of colors instead of looking for a black and white answer. Focus on the good things in your life, for the things you have been blessed with and the things you have accomplished, and express your gratitude instead of your displeasure. You may begin to find yourself attracting things that further enhance your life, bringing you closer to where you need to be.

When someone asks what you want to do in your life, you don’t have to know the exact answer. That can be very limiting. You just need a vision, a grand idea of what you aspire to do in your lifetime. Allow yourself to be flexible to change and continue striving toward your vision in whatever manner possible.

Even if it’s just writing a blog no one else may read.