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Delayed Departure

Living in a culture that is rife with trauma, we’re not too keen on experiencing more and different kinds of pain, especially when it comes to matters of the heart. Thus, we’re too often in the frame of mind that reaches for the broad, soaked paintbrush that allows us to dismiss someone or something based on what may only be a minor trait or concern—perhaps because we were triggered by something that isn’t supposed to bother us anymore.

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Boredom and Purpose

Boredom is a signifier that you are not on purpose. It’s one of many so don’t overthink it.

Purpose, doesn’t necessarily mean something huge. It doesn’t necessarily mean something all-encompassing. Purpose, is the heart-centered, soul-centered, deep reason for your being—for right now; it’ll change. Life is change. Life adapts. You are always changing and adapting.

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