IS YOUR PERSONAL DESTINY CALLING YOU HOME?

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March 2, 2017
 
Finding my life's purpose has been the most rewarding adventure I could have imagined and there is more to come. I invite you to find yours if you need to. 
 
With steadfast determination and dedication my passion and purpose in life are carefully forming right before my eyes. Slowly I have begun to set aside all the things our culture so beautifully fabricated in me. Things I so blindly bought into with all the trappings that go with it.  As I pay attention, I mean really good attention; I have begun to question the road most are likely to travel. With courage by my side and God’s kind grace I have decided to take a road much less traveled. There aren’t as many people to look to for guidance on this road, that's for sure. Yet the further down the road I travel it has taught me more about myself than I ever dreamed possible. I am more mindful, loving, caring and I have even grown more peaceful and centered.  I will not misconceive you, sheer terror strikes me too but even in those moments I can hear my personal destiny sweetly calling me home. Her voice keeps me inspired to carry on.
 
Fresh new perspectives, vistas and landscapes are appearing. Confidence is building in me and I can see a glimmer of light through the dense trees just ahead. All my senses have kicked into gear and I am awakened from years of sleepwalking to the most beautiful of mornings! My entire world looks different somehow, I can’t place it exactly but it is different. I have no need to look back because I know it’s not where I have been that matters it’s where I am going. And I am convinced, as I immerse myself in the heart of the Costa Rican rain forest, in a tiny fishing village on the Caribbean Sea called Cahuita many more brush strokes will be made on my life’s canvas and I will be forever more colorful than I was before.

Finding my life's purpose has been the most rewarding adventure I could have imagined and there is more to come. I invite you to find yours if you need to. 

Laurien Hamilton