“An unexamined life is not worth living.”–Socrates

Through this blog, I’ve begun to really examine my life. I’m writing about what I have learned along the way and what I still need to learn. I’m reflecting, taking steps back from my life to see where I’ve been, and then using that to look forward to see where I’m going. I’m looking for the knowledge and wisdom needed to live a good life, a life worth living.

On this path, I stop and ask myself questions —  Am I happy with the work I’m doing? Am I happy in all my relationships? What do I want to do with my life? Is money that important? I think it’s very important for me physically, emotionally, and spiritually, to take an inventory of my life and see how I really feel about what’s going on. I’m at the point where I’m no longer afraid to take the time to figure out how I’m living my life.  Maybe all this sounds philosophical, but doesn’t it all lead to a healing of one’s life? So much to figure out… 

One thing I have learned is that life isn’t happening to me, I’m creating my life. To examine your life is to change your life. And, I truly believe that I am the choices that I make in my life. As I’ve written in many of my posts, I am a work in progress.

Are you examining where you have been and where you are going? Have you asked yourself if you are living the life you want?

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