Frustration from Lack of Life’s Destination

by Michael Berry on September 24, 2014

frustrated-boyFor many people, the frustration they feel in their life is exactly this lack of knowledge of their life’s destination or purpose. They don’t know it, of course. This can be evidenced by their lack of goals, lack of focus on what they ultimately want in life, ignorance of what they really and truly desire, or basic confusion of where their life is and where it is currently headed. They can’t seem to get to the sights they have heard about and so they are frustrated; and they can never see the sights that are just over the next horizon.
As human beings on this planet, we are all born into a system of change: time passes beneath our lives whether we choose it to, or not. We are not given the option to remain unaffected by events throughout our day: we wake up, we get hungry, we eat, we move from one place to the next, we process countless thoughts throughout the day, we act through countless actions and activities, and eventually we get tired and we sleep. It is an integral cycle and process in our lives that never ends. So, it is little wonder that we can become very frustrated, anxious, unsettled or unhappy if we don’t make an effort to navigate and direct this naturally occurring process for our good and the good of others.
Personal development is our business and our life.
Michael Berry
In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.


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