In the beginning we think that we have all the time in the world. Somewhere in the middle of the story we thing we still have plenty of time left. As we come closer to the end of the story, we realize how much little time we do have left and how much has been left undone or will be left undone.
True joy and fulfillment to life lies with being your true self, doing what matter to your authentic self, getting things done, being with the people that bring out the best in you and being in places that invigorate your life force and make you feel that you are truly alive.
There is one thing that we all have to do, one common objective that we all have in common and that is to live. Under this umbrella, to each their own capacity and to each their own things to do to implement the common objective or find fulfillment. To each their own distractions also, to each their own subsidiary goals to survive or thrive. Sometimes the goal and the distractions are one and the same and you have to be able to distinguish between them.
Many seek a fortune but such fortune may not necessarily be in alignment with self or success.
Some seek success and yet the success that they may find on particular days or every day may not necessarily be in alignment with the much greater goal of truly living and thriving. Most people have to go to work on a daily basis and work weekends for their daily bread but the bigger question is whether or not it is in alignment with who they really are? Some make a lot of money and some get to travel the world but is such money in alignment with their joy and do they travel with happiness?
What we do with our lives, our time and our money is important for they are all part of the jigsaw puzzle to the common objective of living and the ultimate picture of each life. Even more important to the alignment of our jigsaw puzzles is how we see ourselves now, how we want to see ourselves in the future or where we want to be in the future. Now is the bridge to the future and alignment is the key to the gate at the bridge.
Who we are requires its own kind of alignment or adjustment to be more like we want to be in any capacity that we exist. Forget about the dictates of society and ask your authentic self, if this is how you should be or how you want to be in any of your current capacities? Ask yourself if this is how I want to be as an employee or as a business owner? Is this how I want to be as a parent? Is this how I want to be as friend? Do I really want to be where I am now or how I am now? Most important of all and touching all capacities or alignments is the question: Is this how I want to be as a person and is this how I want to spend the rest of my life? If it is and you find some fulfillment, then you have some alignment. If the answer is no, then you have to realign yourself, before it is too late and left undone.
The more focused, aware and balanced that you are as an individual and the more that you are in alignment with yourself, with your true purpose, with others, with God and with the universe, the more you will find fulfillment to each day and to life