The Power of Purpose
There seems to be this notion, a conditioned misconception, that the work we do to support our life must be tedious, toilsome and terrible. We are expected to live for the weekends, dread Mondays, and yell Yabba Dabba Doo at each day’s closing bell. Luckily dread, discontent and disinterest are all Divine Clues. They are indications that we are NOT living our Purpose, and in need of a new path. The discovery that the heart does not sing within the work that we do is a gift of awakening. It is a signal to begin search for our exclusive and authentic heart song.
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