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I don’t know where we are going but I know exactly how to get there

I don’t know where we are going but I know exactly how to get there

Discouraged or unsure of what to do next? I shared three questions I use that might work. Sometimes, though, you have to use a different approach.

Joseph Campbell said, “If you can see your whole life’s path laid out then it’s not your life’s path.”

In the bush and in life, we don’t get trails fully laid out. We get tremendous unknowns and, if we are lucky, first tracks.

Then next first tracks.

No one can tell you what your track will be or how to know what calls you and brings you to life. That’s your work to do. But a great tracker can ask: How do you know you love something? How do you fell when you are fully expressing yourself? Learn that feeling and then start looking, not for the thing, but for the feeling.

From The Lion Tracker’s Guide to Life by Boyd Varty

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