This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
Is that accurate: If you have the desire and you keep that desire pure and undiluted, then you will have the drive to do the hard things that need to be done to accomplish your desire. Perhaps my question is how do we develop that desire, and how can we be sure it is strong enough to keep us motivated?
And you are correct…
If your desire is average, which is a problem most people have, you won’t break through and do the “hard things” needed to accomplish your goal.
Why is this? Why do so many people have an average desire?
It’s because they won’t be honest about what they REALLY TRULY desire.
It’s not that it’s not there. It’s not hidden.
You need to be honest with yourself and understand that you’re not afraid of your desire, you’re afraid of what it’s going to cost you.
To really understand and see the reason why you’re here can be terrifying because what do you do when you realize that you may have to change very significant things in your life?
How do you rearrange your life to be able to live your desire?
This is the most serious realization that a person ever comes to in their lifetime and it requires 100% commitment.
Most people have created their life based on how their parents taught them to get on in the world, and usually that is in great conflict with what a person truly desires for them self.
So, get really quiet, and listen to that voice inside that is telling you what you really want, and then fall in love with that…make it your magnificent obsession…and nothing will stop you.
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