Any uncertainty about which way to go, or what the future may hold for you, is probably because you seem doubtful about what’s going to yield the best return on your investment. Effort takes time, and time is money right?
But what if time was not just a bankable resource but a key to unlocking greater opportunities for growth? As far as your resources or your efforts are concerned, you seem deeply preoccupied with finding something that’s going to give you long-term security, rather than choosing something that allows you to explore your creative talents as fully as possible in this present moment.
Seeing the value of acting responsibly in this precious moment is the greatest possible investment you can make.
Perhaps it’s time to regroup a little – check out what your true motivations are behind what you wish to achieve. You may be surprised to discover that your creative potentials are actually capable of satisfying the pressing needs of the larger society. So in doing things that are based purely on taking the safe, conservatively measured option you may limit your ability to explore your fullest, most lateral creativity.
Also you might find that there are many opportunities for applying your special skills in areas where healing of obvious, open wounds in others is urgently needed. Use your presence, your awareness, your keen powers of observation. Open your eyes, look around, and make a decision to act immediately. When you choose to do something that draws on your intuitive abilities and your enormous courage you will find that eventually security for the future comes as a natural by-product.
Ultimately, nothing is going to be as satisfying as the knowing that you’ve made a contribution to making this world a better place for everyone. And, if you can do this happily alongside others, then things become even more rewarding and fun.
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