Have you considered lately what the right place is for you? the right destination? the right dream?
What would make you flourish? What would make you joyful? What would make you… even more YOU.
“If you’re John Muir you want trees to live among.
If you’re Emily, a garden will do.”
My boys are at an age when they are trying to figure out their destination, their biggest dreams. There are many ages like this as you grow, no?
They are exploring and asking questions like:
Am I meant to be an artist?
What about a gymnast?
What about a farmer?
Maybe a teacher?
I remember those questions at that age, those dreams. I remember a time when anything was possible.
But is it not still?
“Try to find the right place for yourself.
If you can’t find it, at least dream of it.”
After all, it’s never too late to dream.
So what is it?
What’s the dream?
Where’s the thing that will help you be you, that will help you celebrate you just as you were created to be?
After all… you’re you.
And that’s amazing.
And that’s wonderful.
And that’s for keeps.