Goals and visions
Many people do not know their goals. Others chase their skill goals or limited visions with great efficiency until they realize at the end of a life season that they were not their own goals. Some reach their goals, but lose the balance between the incentive and the leisure.
Unfortunately it is not the case that right-sighting is only an act of the will, that one simply has to define the goal well-formed according to linguistic criteria and that the desired success then already sets in. The biggest problems in forming a vision – finding a deeper meaning in action – are as follows:
• The inability to perceive or develop goals
• An inner fear of change and responsibility as well
• The loss of one’s inner path – the goals of others become one’s own.
What you do not have, you chase after forever, forgetting what you have. – William Shakespeare