“Nothing shapes our journey through life so much as the questions we ask.” ~Greg Levoy
“My Way” by Frank Sinatra has been a bit of a soundtrack to my life. When it comes to my career path, I have opted more often than not for the alternative routes—studying and working abroad, setting up social projects, and being my own boss. My friends still make fun of me for my single goal after graduating: to return to my hometown and get a job.
However, it turns out that it wasn’t a soundtrack that I was marching my life to; it was a question. And I wasn’t, in fact, living things My way. I tried to live the things instead How to do it the right way, marching to the unconscious primary question of “How can I get it right?”
What’s more, it was this question that was holding me back from the purpose-driven vision that I had for my life.
My unconscious mind kept searching for something, even though I knew that Rome was the only way to go. How to do it the right way. I decided to abandon my current plans and pursue the newest right path When I felt a tinge of failure, I would take action. It was a literal challenge to open my eyes and see the question that drove my every action.