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How often and how hard did you pray? What did you do to move closer to your goal? Did you try to take a risk that would take you closer? Did or do you really feel desperate to find your purpose?
Those questions came to my mind while reading your entry. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I sense that you haven’t been too on it, otherwise it wouldn’t take you years. Believe me, once you start taking your life minutes seriously, you will start to avoid doing irrelevant things & if you have to do them, it’ll be more frustrating than before, which in turn will push you to reconsider your actions & choose something more appropriate. I guess we’re all apathetic. Like I wrote, I was too. I just lingered & lingered & chose easier ways. Years went by & eventually I asked myself (book helped me in it) – how long will I be wasting my time? What do I want?
I’m sure that you know what you like to do, something that makes you feel great, inspires you, makes you smile. Think how you could live your life doing those things, earning money through it. Is it possible? What steps would it entail?
The answer may be complicated & the steps might be too difficult to take & if you don’t have enough will & energy, the goal might be hard to reach. The process is long & painful but you know what’s more painful in the end, once you look back to your life later on? It’s the realization that you’ve lived someone else’s life, not the one you wanted.
Fantastic to read.
i am going to stop wasting minutes of my life. I am a lost graduate at 22 and dont where to go or what to be. I am going to sell useless shit tommorrow that I waste my life on and figure out what makes me smile and do it. whatever it takes. Thank you.
and to lifeat40something I had was generally very negative. gradually this has been lifted through taking big risks for myself. i was such an introverted child, I genuinely find watching comedy and learning to be witty helped me so much and now I can wear a mask of confidence if i need to, and I’d say even over time it has pushed me into enjoying extroversion. So gradually for me this lifted some negativity but the big risks were just going for opportunities which can be hard to come by. I forced myself to travel on my own on small budget around europe with a backpack for a month, and recently I had an opportunity to go to singapore and help someone for free with their business even though its not what I want to do it just really opens your mind. yeah infact, if you haven’t, I think I would reccommend some travel. budget if you have to and just experience the new a bit. go to some hostels maybe. Was just gonna delete all this thinking it might be a right load of unhelpful twoddlyshit, but im just gna leave it incase it can help. why not eh!.