In a recent Power Group meeting, we ended up discussing parents and their children as high school was coming to a close. One of the things we discussed was those high school students who SAID they didn’t know what they wanted to do. I countered that MOST students do know what they want but are afraid to say.
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Those who knew and DID express their opinions I believe sometimes had a “divine chip” implanted in them as they incarnated. This chip overrode any dissenting opinion either from family or school. These people bucked the system do do what they were put here to do.
My best friend growing up in Lisbon, Connecticut is one such person. I recall being in third grade with him at Lisbon Central School and hearing him repeatedly say he would be a doctor.
Joe is now a foot doctor in Norwich, Connecticut. I learned a valuable lesson from Joe:
Never let someone tell you what’s best for you, because only YOU know what’s best for you.
Some of us can’t afford to pursue of career choice immediately. That simply means we must find another way to supplement or abundance while we continue to work on our specific goals. For some of us, we can simply pivot a bit. I’ll use myself and another friend as an example:
For me, my goal has always been the written word.
Writing as can be seen from the previous link, has always been my first love. It takes a long time to build a career in writing. I acknowledge that. I didn’t let that deter me however and I also didn’t travel a completely different path. I’m still involved with the written word, having pivoted to a library, where I am surrounded by books. Books have always been a major influence on me. I didn’t want to be separated from them. I thank my own “divine chip” for keeping me on the right path. No one influenced me to make a decision that they THOUGHT was right for me. That “divine chip” implanted in myself is still working. And I thank God for placing it there.
My friend, Jason Marchi who I’ve mentioned here at Wisdom and Life as can be seen from the previous link is someone else who I believe has that aforementioned “divine chip.” Like me, he has been a writer as long as I’ve known him. In fact it is how we met. And like me, he pivoted just a bit in his day job, having worked for a publishing company in his hometown. We both stayed in the “writing field” so as to keep our enthusiasm up. We didn’t let other people define the roles we wanted and now we are reaping the rewards.
I believe we all have that divine chip. However for some of us it is more defined and we are not afraid to express what we want. We don’t want to wake up one morning saying:
Shoulda. Woulda. Coulda.
Thanks to Patricia for the inspirational term:
Be Happy! Be Well! Be Positive!
Blessings to you.
Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;
We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying. For there truly is no end.
I love that term, “divine chip,” Chris!
Like you, mine is writing – I always knew that was God’s plan for me. Six books later and more blogs than I can count, I’m one happy camper!
Blessings, my friend!