At the top of the list, due to its importance, is the fact that I never truly wanted most of the things I’ve pursued the hardest in my life.
Doesn’t make much sense, does it.
Still, it’s time to fess up to myself—and the rest of the world—that I’ve made a lot of assumptions in my life as to what would make me happy. Hand-in-hand with this is my long-held belief that pursuing publicly acknowledged areas of success would result in my enjoying life.
I’ve gotta say, that hasn’t necessarily proven to be the case.
At least not for me. I can’t speak for everyone.
I think the biggest lesson for us all is that we each have our own unique desires and hot buttons. Our main job in life is figuring out what those are for us and honoring them, and ourselves, by acting accordingly.
I wanna learn what all of you want. really, really want out of life. If you’ve taken the time and effort to suss this out, please fill us in.
Also, what do you most enjoy in life? Lately for me it’s drifting off to sleep in a cool bedroom with both the air conditioner and a ceiling fan running, while wrapped in a blanket and reading a fabulous book.
That’s what works for me. What spells a good time for you?
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