It’s all true.
Everything the lovers and dreamers said about following your heart, your north star, your bliss–it’s all true. Every bit of it. I’ve read all the books encouraging it; I’ve hoped and dreamed that it was true; I was willing to believe it. I just hadn’t seen it. Until now. There really is magic and mystery in following the path your soul longs to take. Friends do appear to help you; the impossible becomes possible simply to speed your journey. I have no idea how it works, but I am so very grateful that it does.
And yet, that is not quite true. We all know that there is something magical and transformative about love. And so why should it be any different when we fall in love with our path? When you fall in love with where you are and what you are doing, all manner of things become possible. You are transformed, and your life along with you. So of course the lovers and dreamers were right all along. Fall in love with your life, and miracles will surround you.
It took me a long time to find my path and fall in love with it. If you are still seeking yours, I would say only this: don’t give up. Your journey is leading you to just where you need to go. You may not realize it–I certainly didn’t, not for a very long time–but you are already on the road you are meant to take. Every part of your life is part of the adventure. Every part of it is, somehow, bringing you home.
The place where you are right now
God circled on a map for you.