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The man or woman who becomes consciously aware of his or her personal legend becomes unstoppable. They become awaken to a purpose greater than themselves. Then they decide to do whatever it takes to make it happen. You’ll recognize them among yourself because these individuals forget about the opinions of other as they are more focus on what drives them.

“Everyone has his or her own way of learning things. His way isn’t the same as mine, nor mine as his. But we’re both in search of our destinies, and I respect him for that.” ― Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

We all have the desire of something that we want to accomplish. However, sometimes we get distracted by the pitfalls but fulfilling the mission or your spiritual life purpose you’ll have to make a conscious decision to keep pushing forward.

Furthermore, to awake your desire or your passion you should not be afraid to dream big and for you, who think it’s too late, think again because your personal legend hasn’t left you. Your purpose, it’s still in you, waiting for you to recognize that you are here for a purpose to fulfill a purpose. So, what are you waiting on to start your mission?

“People are capable, at any time in their lives, of doing what they dream of.” – Paulo Coelho

Besides, what you must become cognizant of is that your personal legend is tailor made to your personality and ability. It’s in you to pursue your passion. All you have to do is decide you are going do what’s in you to do and there is a lot in you to do. On the other hand, in fulfilling your purpose in life you may come off-track at times and may even start feeling fatigue from going the extra mile. But even with such feeling of giving up visits you, don’t. Learn from the setbacks. They should make you wiser as you work towards accomplishing your goal.

Never take your sight off the things you want to accomplish because of the obstacles you encounter.


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  1. Richard, I see people who give up on dreams or settle for less so frequently today and that’s a shame. I would love to see your readers’ thoughts on this subject as your insights here stimulate thoughts of my own. When I think about ‘life’s journey’, our ‘purpose’, this reminds me of when we go on a long-distance vacation trip by car.

    Quite often we end up being detoured along the way for various reasons i.e. road construction, an accident ahead…so what do we do in that instance? Do we throw the white towel, give up and turn around to go back home? Certainly not! We take the detour around our obstacles and get back on track, pushing forward to our chosen destination.

    If we believe we are capable of having a better life how can we turn our back on ourselves? How can we man negative, life-altering decisions that are going to deprive ourselves the opportunity of a better life for ourselves and our loved ones?

    Perhaps those ‘detours’ in our personal lives or career are perceived as setbacks but are we not better to re-plan our our route to ensure we still get where we want to go? If we are turning around and heading back form whence we came then perhaps our focus and perspective needs greater attention.

    I discovered long ago that no matter how long I sit and wait for the phone to ring at the office, I need to take actions necessary to prompt potential clients to contact me and when I’m driving the car to my highly anticipated vacation destination it’s up to me to make sure I get where I want to go. The principle is the same.

    • Well said Don. Detours are not for us to forget our chosen destination. In fact, I do find that some valuable information can be picked up from the setbacks we encounter as we push forward.

      Appreciate your feedback Don. Have a blessed week!

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