Have you ever felt that the leap to ‘getting something done’ was just too far? Maybe you’ve found yourself forehead deep into things that… well, just… “things.” Whatever these things are, maybe they started out as fun, but now they have just turned into a big headache. Pretty much a detriment to being able to move ahead.
That was not the original plan. Usually when we first run across something, an item, an activity that seems fun and helpful, the goal is for life improvement. When that does not happen, that’s when we have to begin questioning our motives.
The Reason Behind….
And so it begins. When we think of motive, let’s start with attaching our memory to the thing in questions to discover the reason why we wanted it in the first place.
Remember when you were passionately seeking after it. Perhaps it was something that you just knew was going to change your life? Do you remember why you wanted it?
If you have found that the passionately seeking after is not really that much fun anymore, perhaps you’ve found what you sought out to find… Or could it be that the why is gone? Clouded in the clutter of the everyday, the mundane. Maybe life has prodded you into convincing yourself that this reason, this why, is not really possible anymore. But the why never really does go away, does it?
Asking the Questions…
Where you passionately pursuing marriage because you wanted to start a family or love someone else and make the world a better place as a result?
Did you want to go into business to improve someone’s life… perhaps increase your income to be able to contribute to serving the poor?
Have you found yourself lost in that great idea you have, because for the life of you, you just can’t seem to figure out why you had it in the first place. Where did it come from and why won’t it go away?
Whatever that thing is… there was a beginning to it. Take some time to seek out the why and renew your determination in meeting your goals despite any obstacle. What may seem as a huge leap to achieve could just be about rediscovery.