How To Find Your Way When You’re Lost
‘If we don’t get lost, we’ll never find a new route.’ Joan Littlewood
Life is a discovery. Life is a journey. Life takes you places that you and I never planned on visiting. That’s what makes it so exciting.
Getting lost can at times lead you and I to a way of thinking and living that will unveil a brighter future, much brighter than we could have ever imagined.
One of the things that I love to do, when on a road trip, is to explore the back roads or out of the way places.
Sticking to the tried and tested tourist trails or the weather-beaten tracks taken by the multitudes are not necessarily the most exciting. In fact at times they can be utterly dull and boring.
I often speak of my ‘lost years’ where I, through a whole range of circumstances, lost sight of what I really wanted to achieve in my life. But the things I learnt in those ‘lost years’ supplied me with some of the greatest experiences, stories and skills that are now being used as I have reinvented myself as Peter G. James Sinclair.
There is always another route that will still lead you to the fulfillment of your life goals.
The road map of life is not a straight line, and much of it is uncharted territory. So launch forth. Take your machete and begin to cut your way through the jungle.
The dream will sustain you, for it is the inner compass that will guide you all the way.
Get lost and find a new route that will lead you all the way to your destiny.