The 3 Vital Questions πŸ˜‡

Nothing lasts. Nothing whatsoever….

And if nothing lasts : Why am I doing what I am doing? Why am I blogging? Why are millions of others blogging?

Lots of young stressed out/ burned out people come to me for counselling, and I suggest to many of them to ask themselves these 3 questions:

1. Why am I here?

2. What am I doing?

3. Why am I doing what I am doing?

I strongly encourage you to ask yourself these questions (whether you are a doctor or a lawyer, an engineer, a teacher, a housewife, an artist, a blogger, a speaker, politician….) and keep asking these over and over again. And keep going deeper. A word of caution though : we humans are great at telling lies and especially to our own selves😝 Try to be as honest with yourself as possible 😊 It will give you peace and might just open many new doors for you😊

Why am I here : in the job, In this domain, in this house, in this city, on the earth 🌍😊…..keep going as deep, as far as you can. And only you can answer these questions.

If you are happy, joyous and fulfilled – please keep doing what you are doing πŸ˜ŠπŸ’ƒπŸ»

Whatever you are doing and whatever your answers to the three questions to yourself – I love you and wish you the very bestπŸ€—

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  1. Thank you for this blog so inspiring definitive it go to ask ourselves this questions to be better in life πŸ‘ loved the picture of the water and sky and the reflection

  2. Thank you Supriya. These work. Also the Laws of Intention and Uncertainty. Make these work for you.
    Thank you for the appreciation πŸ‘

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