Crossroads: a point at which a vital decision must be made. (Source)
Have you ever found yourself at a crossroads? I’ve decided to write my way through…or something like that.
While considering my situation several reasons surfaced:
1. I love blogging but… (Shared here.)
2. My vision is clearer but… (Shared here.)
3. I know change is good but… [YOU ARE HERE.]
4. I have a dream but…
Don’t you just love those maps in the mall. Those large ones encased in plexiglass. As you scan the map you are looking for your destination and You Are Here.
Today we are going to continue this conversation of crossroads after accepting the charge:
I Know Change is Good But…
Should you accept this mission, and I hope you do, expect change to be your new best friend. Because as you move forward you will have to take notice of
They all will fall captive to one question: Is this helping me live the charge?
Sadly many days we may find ourselves engaging in activities because we’ve always done it or because others expect us to continue. However, when deciding to live our purpose we have to let everything…EVERYTHING…fall under the submission of the matter at hand–our purpose, our goals, our dreams.
P.S. I usually try to ask a question to get the conversation moving. Instead of a question I’d like for you to complete a task if you are truly interested in living your purpose. Grab your journal and
1. Draw a line down the center of the page. This line should leave you with two columns–left and right sides.
2. In the left column jot down the areas in your life in which you spend the majority of your time.
3. In the right column jot down the activites you would like to engage in that will draw you nearer to your purpose.
Put a bookmark or placeholder in your journal and leave it.
Return only after you’ve had some separation and when you return it is time to have a heart-to-heart with yourself. Your greatest challenge being how to make the left and right sides align and become one.
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