Link to Article found here.
Response to: “Where are you in relation to the crossroads, and which way do you see yourself headed?”
I have yet to see a crossroads. It’s not that I don’t have one or want to have one, purpose in life is often what drives us forward as human beings and has been the inspiration for some of man’s greatest achievements. But right now I feel like I’m walking a line, the single line between should and must. But I don’t know what my must is.
The author mentioned that must is scary and yet she almost seemed free. She seemed torn away from the safe, sound and some times restricting world of should.
Where I am now in my life I am traveling the “should” road, and may be on it for a while. But I don’t have a problem with that. I know what I need to do to get myself where I need to go. Must simply isn’t an option just yet. But even after reading this I have something to walk away with. I am much more consciousness of what road I am walking on today, than I was yesterday. And for now that single step is good enough for me.