This past year and a half you’ve experienced a stop gap in your normal busy routine.
Your way of life has changed; either temporarily or permanently.
You’ve been forced to isolate from friends and family,
and prevented from engaging in your normal activities.
The positive side to this is: You’ve had time to think.
And in the quiet of your thoughts, a persistent idea has taken hold:
“There’s got to be more to life than this.”
You feel that there’s more to living life than having a “good” job,
and waiting for the weekend to blow off some steam.
It’s something that keeps you up at night.
It’s a sense of frustration that you can’t quite put your finger on…
You feel restless and dis-satisfied;
and everything feels so challenging…
It’s a longing for something that you can’t name…
There’s a deep sadness; a feeling like something important is missing…
there's confusion and concern about what your future will look like…
and a nagging sense that you should be doing something different:
Something more meaningful.
It fills you with questions that you can’t answer,
but nonetheless is urging you to seek out the answers to these questions:
“What is happening to my world?”
“What’s the deeper meaning to Life?”
“What am I supposed to be doing with my life?”
“What’s my purpose for being here?”
You’re not crazy.
You’re not having a mental health crisis.
Your LIFE IS CALLING YOU.