Your True Calling

Your True Calling

In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, it’s easy to get lost in the routine and forget to ask ourselves a fundamental question: Are we living our true calling? Unearthing your true calling can be a transformative journey. In this blog, we’ll explore the steps to finding your true calling, the unmistakable feeling of being out of sync with it, and the reasons to pursue it.

Discovering your true calling is not a one-size-fits-all process. It requires self-reflection, exploration, and the courage to step outside your comfort zone. Start by identifying your passions, interests, and the activities that make time fly by unnoticed. Consider what you loved doing as a child before societal expectations and practical considerations clouded your vision. Discard any level of care about what others feel regarding your calling. It may only make sense to you at the time.

Engage in activities that spark your curiosity and make you lose track of time. Volunteer, take up new hobbies, and expose yourself to different environments. Pay attention to the moments when you feel vibrant, as these are often indicators of where your true calling lies. Believe it or not, life is supposed to be fun and fulfilling in addition to challenges and struggles. Life is a balance. If we accept imbalance, let’s strive for the fun and fulfilling side to be the majority. Yes, it is a choice.

When not aligned with your true calling, a sense of restlessness and dissatisfaction permeates your life. It’s like being in a room with dim lighting, where everything feels off. You may find yourself going through the motions, wondering if there’s more to life. In addition, you’ll experience an overwhelming sense of something within that states it is time to move on. We have all felt it. It’s time to stop ignoring it. It will not go away.

Misalignment can manifest in various ways, such as a lack of motivation, a sense of emptiness, or a feeling that something crucial is missing. It’s the discomfort from living a life that doesn’t resonate with your authentic self. Ignoring this inner turmoil can lead to quiet desperation, where material success does little to fill the void left by neglecting your true calling.

Pursuing your true calling is more than just a notion; it’s a legitimate approach to living a fulfilling life. When you align your actions with your authentic self, work doesn’t feel like a burden, and challenges become opportunities for growth. Passion and dedication replace monotony, and you find yourself in a state of flow where time seems to stand still.

Living your true calling contributes not only to personal happiness but also to the well-being of those around you. When you’re doing what you love, your positive energy is contagious, inspiring others to pursue their passions. This ripple effect can lead to a more vibrant, motivated, and innovative community.

You may think, what if I don’t pursue my true calling? We’ll soon meet with regret. Regret has a way of haunting us, especially for the paths not taken. The lament of not following your true calling emerges later in life when reflection on missed opportunities and unfulfilled potential becomes inevitable. This regret is a reminder that time is finite. You spend it on what truly matters to you. Believe the last statement now. There is no reason to live it to accept it as truth. That is a game where losing is the only outcome.

Regret can manifest in various forms – a midlife crisis, a longing for the road not traveled, or a sense of unfulfilled potential. It is a powerful motivator for those still on the fence about embracing their true calling, urging them to take the leap before it’s too late.

In closing, finding and following your true calling is a voyage worth taking. It’s a path to a life rich in meaning, purpose, and satisfaction. The feeling of being out of sync serves as a compass, guiding you toward the life you are destined to live. The decision to follow your true calling is not just for yourself. Think of the impact you can have on the world. As the saying goes, “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” Embrace your true calling, and let your life unfold in a symphony of purpose and fulfillment. Go live it up.

Food for thought. You do the dishes.