From the mind of critic: “If we use outcomes to validate our hardwork, is success the only reason we put in effort? Is winning the only reason we try? Do we believe our journey only has purpose, if it ends up the way we want? Do we believe the trials and tribulations encompassing our journey, provide life experience, and therefore purpose? Is success static from the time we envision it, or does it change the more we learn and experience? We all want to feel validated, that our efforts will bear fruit. Sometimes we want something so bad, its all we see, and neglect the hardwork required. The cliche of, “life is a journey, not a destination”, means nothing is guaranted no matter who we know, or how hard we work. Once we realize that giving up on outcomes doesn’t mean giving up, it means putting energy toward our passions so we allow outcomes to happen, we’ll see the more joy we inhale, and the more we breathe out, the more purposeful our journey will be. Hardwork doesn’t guarantee success, working our passions guarantees purpose. Validation doesn’t come from the outside, it comes from within. We gain life experience, by experiencing life. Success can evolve and change form, just like us when we authentically journey. Destinations might change, but our need for a purposeful journey doesn’t.” 🙂

 

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