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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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The Art of Deduction

You can, and should, write down the hundred-or-so things that are your possibilities. I did this back in December (perhaps fittingly, on the solstice), and have been referring to and revising the list ever since, almost daily.

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Being in Love

“Their work is accomplished without ostentation and in perfect childlike simplicity. They know the power of love to protect them and they cultivate it until all nature is in love with them and befriends them.”

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chasing the muse

newness is addictive to the extroverted intuitive. we can bounce around careers, vocations, projects, relationships, cities, countries… without taking the time to become really amazing at something.

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if you want to be a writer, go and get a day job — or start a business, or a hustle, so you can eat and maybe afford a roof over your head.

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