Anyone that has been around a child long enough knows the age old question asked again and again, "Why?". "Why do we do that?" "Why do we have to go to the grocery store?" "Why can't I have a snack?" "Why can't my friend come over?" The "why" is very important to a child. WHY is it not more important to us as adults?
What do we as adults say to a child's "why"? "Because mommy/daddy said so." Right? Sure, that is a perfectly legitimate statement sometimes, but usually, the "why" deserves an explanation the older we get and even sometimes as a young child, depending on the situation. We have become so fast-paced in today's society we often forget why we are doing the things we do, why we chose the career we did, and even greater yet, why we are here on this Earth.
If we do not know the "whys" to our individual journey, it makes life very superficial; it lacks purpose and sense of direction at its very core.
This week, I would like to encourage you to ask "why" more often. Not only during individual moments throughout the day, but also the deeper "Why?". Why are you here? What is your purpose? Take time to contemplate your thoughts, absorb them into your being, and write them down. Without the "Why", purpose cannot exist.
Let's begin the journey of "Why" shall we?
Your Women's Lifestyle Coach & Owner of Little Bits Lifestyle Products