You think you’re on the right path but somehow you feel lost. You think you’re
doing your best. And you probably are, but deep inside you hear a little voice crying to get out. You try to silence it but you can still hear it.
Your loved ones want the best for you.
Since you were a child your parents had their own dreams about what you will become, who you’ll choose to love, and how you will live your life.
That’s lovely when it works favorably, but sometimes it doesn’t work at all, and suddenly you feel lost and confused. You’ve lost your dreams, desires, and vision of the life you wanted.
Caring about what other people want for you can cause you to live to fulfill their desires and forget about your own.
Happiness cannot happen if you don’t live your truth. It may cause mistakes, failure, and regrets but it will also bring lessons, wisdom, and personal harmony. If you don’t live your truth, you will become angry, resentful, and end up in a life that doesn’t suit you. But of course, it’s not easy to just be true to who you are.
Finding your inner truth is a process that takes time. And sometimes it takes a very long time. You have to work to pay the bills, but while you are being responsible, try to be true to that voice inside you.
When you discover the true you, AHA! happens; you know what you want and are free to go after it with every ounce of your being. When you do, you live contently—comfortable in your own skin—able to achieve whatever impossible dreams you had imagined for yourself.
Listening to your inner voice is a skill. It’s a journey that doesn’t happen overnight. It’s about tuning in to your deeper self and tuning out the noise that is disrupting your own voice. It’s a daily practice of trial and error. Sometimes you have to change the direction you were headed in, make a u-turn, and go back again before you can move forward. It’s about falling down, getting hurt, brushing yourself off, and getting up again and again.