It's all about Journey not Destination...

Life is a journey. Of course, you have heard this statement before—it’s something to be used by every preacher ....
But...
Take a moment to think about your own life. Have you “arrived” at your final destination?
Have you achieved everything you’ve hoped to achieve?
Traveled everywhere you’ve wanted to visit?
Finished everything you’ve wanted to complete?
I’m willing to bet that the answer to all of thesequestions is “no”!
The truth is, no matter how much you achieve, accomplish, and acquire in life…
There is always something more to be had.
You’ll never“reach” your final destination—at least not in this life!
So, why does all this matter?
Because far too many people put offwhat really mattersin pursuit of the things they want to achieve.
They tell themselves that they’ll worry about these things once they’ve reached their destination.
Things likefamily.
Enjoying friends.
Nurturing relationships.
Forgivingenemies.
Enjoying life.
Experiencing peace.
These things are put off… and most of the time, they are never re-discovered.
However, the key to obtaining real peace in ourlives is to focus onenjoying the journey,takingthe time to “smell the roses,” and focusing on what’s really important in life...
This doesn’t mean that we have to give up on our dreams and our goals...
It’s good to be ambitious; it’s great to want to accomplish enormous things in our life.
The key, however, is simply finding the right balance, discovering a mindset that allows us to pursue big things without sacrificing the“little things”that make life worth living.Here’s a simple exercise for you. Take out a sheet of paper and jot down three of your biggest “life goals”. These should be significant milestones… such as “buying my dream home,” “finding my perfect soul mate, ” “writing a best-selling book,” etc. Now, on a separate section of the sheet, write down 5-10 of the most important “little things” that youdon’t want to forget aboutas you work towardsthese goals. Things such as: “time with my daughter/son/significant other,” “nurturingrelationshipswith friends,” “plenty of free time,” etc. When you’ve finished this exercise, place this sheet of paper in a safe place. You will have created a visual reminder that will help you with one of life’s biggest challenges: enjoying the journey in life, instead of focusingobsessively on reaching your final destination.
Sure, it’s great to focus on destinations, but themost important thing is that you learn to be happy — right here and now. I know this will belife changing for you, and also for all those in your life!!!!

Yogesh Ojha

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