My Mission May Be Simpler Than I Think

When Steps to Knowledge talks about having a mission to fulfill, it is difficult not to feel daunted. However, Step 33 asks me only to dwell upon the idea and not to draw any conclusions. It also assures me that as I become stronger in Knowledge, my activities will be adjusted.

When I did this Step I felt a new contentment and willingness to just take life as it comes, confident that as I reclaim Knowledge, I will be led in the right direction. I am not faced with a mission impossible, but with a world of possibilities.

So today, as I was turning the page of my calendar from August to September, I was brought up short by what I read there.

Just let me explain first that I never buy my own calendars, I receive them from my mother. And this particular calendar she gave to me in June while I was visiting her with the apology that maybe it was a bit late since the year was half over and perhaps I did not want it. I assured her that I did and hung it on my wall when I got home, without giving it much closer attention, I just like to know the date and day of the week sometimes.

And this is what I read:

It’s the way you think. That’s your purpose.
It’s never been about what work you choose, what gifts you develop, or what niche you fill—let these be for your pleasure.
Think as only you can think, which will lead to feelings that only you can feel, from which connections will be made, lives will be changed, and worlds will come tumbling into existence. This is why you’re here.

Now how about that?


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