“So, what are you gonna do when you graduate? Do you have a plan? Did you apply for a job? Where do you want to work? Are you looking for something? You should just get out there and network?”
-people, family, friends, etc. that care about you.

Ever feel overwhelmed about “finding your purpose”?
Ya.. me too…
But, I have good news for you:

Your ‘ikigai’ is always evolving!

“ikigai: A Japanese concept, that means; “a reason for being”, it is very similar to the French phrase; “Raison d’être”. Everyone has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self during a long period of trials (storms). But, is it worth it?”

Well, I can’t exactly answer that but, I can tell you that, none of us know what we want to do our *entire life* (uh, no pressure). We find what fulfills us in small and big moments along the way. You’re working towards something big, at this very moment. Make time for what makes you 🙂.

You might not know where anything you do will bring you, but trust me, it will be something great.
What do you see after a huge rain storm? -a beautiful, bright and colorful rainbow! 🌈
And, What do you see at the end of that rainbow? -a pot of gold! 💰

-I guess, what I’m trying to say is that after all the trials you face in life you will be rewarded with something great! Just remember; through the trials you will learn great lessons!
Everything you are going through right now won’t lasts forever and it will lead you to something amazing, something you could never imaging!
Everything you do today will help you in the long run, just Trust the process and Live your life to the fullest!

Be patient and embrace where you are now because amazing things are ahead! 🙂

 

 

-LiveForAdventure! 🙂

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  2. elaineclairelle

    Thank you for sharing! I feel the exact same way about not knowing my purpose in life. Someone shared this with me, “Sometimes we look to God for a long time for things and we may think that God is slow in answering or not answering at all. But God is refining us so that when the blessing comes, it won’t destroy us.” 🙂

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