How I Found My “Why” and Why it’s Important to Find Yours
A simple concept yet misunderstood and stepped over by so many. The ‘why’ connects strongly with our individual meaning and our own instinct to live, love and continue to walk.
To know ourselves, first we must understand ourselves. The rest will follow 🙂
It was five years ago today, at the age of 24, I was sitting next to my mother as she lay on her deathbed dying of cancer and I watched as she took her last breath. As I sat there, staring blankly at her now soulless body, my mind was flooded with so many thoughts and emotions. Most importantly, at that moment, I truly realized just how short life can be and I now had a deep desire and a “why” to do something great with my life.
She is why I want to go after my dreams. She is why I want to inspire others to go after theirs and she is why I want to work to improve myself each and every day, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
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