Saturday, 19 April 2014

Your quest...

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It doesn't have to be a trek across a desert or end with you slaying a dragon. Quests are our missions and journeys in life.  Our searches and longings.  To find others, to find love, to find a voice, to find out who we are. How do we overcome the challenges and obstacles that get in our way?  How do you know when your quest is over? Do you keep fighting and searching or trust in the process and know that you will get there?

Good luck on your quest whatever it is.  Have faith and trust.  I look forward to hearing about your quests - however large or small.  



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4 comments:

  1. The quest is never over is it? We are always searching for that elusive sense of contentment or call it what you will - trekking in vast open spaces may bring us this. Maybe an inner journey - and slaying inner dragons may also fulfil this - partially?
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    1. Inner dragons definitely need slaying sometimes! The inner journey, learning about ourselves and our unconscious can help in creating contentment/acceptance of our place in the world...and also free us up to take those risks and take the steps on our quests. I agree, it's never over- always further exploration and journeying to be done.

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  2. Small quests can lead to enormous findings... Loved the post. I studied in Lyon MANY years ago, late seventies early eighties and France is still very near and dear to my heart! #AtoZchallenge ☮Peace ☮ ღ ONE ℒℴνℯ ღ ☼ Light ☼ visiting from http://4covert2overt.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hi there and thanks for visiting. I agree with what you say - small quests can indeed lead to much bigger findings. Look forward to visiting your blog too :-)

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