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Real Success in finding your lifework in your work

By: beetlegold Posted Jun 04, 2008 General 479 Views

Real success is finding your lifework in the work that you love

Thus began the hunt. Do I feel happy to wake up early morning to start a fresh day at work? Do I admire the boss and look upon him as my ideal? Do I like my colleagues? Am I waiting for a role change? Am I active on job search?

The answer does not come as easily as a cooked product by adding all proper ingredients in the oven.

Is success only reserved to our performance at career? What about all our energies going towards making personal life a better one? Are things accounted on the many battles we win and lose at home front? All the turmoil of making home a peaceful place is taken for granted? I sometimes consider career as a lesser evil as against to the personal life. Fighting against odds, being a responsible spouse and parent, taking care of ailing parents is no doubt an Oscar winning performance, each day!

Yet our mindset is inclined towards career seeing that as the only lifeline without which we are all doomed. Who would want to be a proud father or a proud spouse when he is not capable of keeping a job and leading a worthless life?

Life is a hot-air balloon. We should try to have hold of it against breeze or serenity and sail through challenges and ups and downs, with equal zest. I hope all agree that one day we should not die a wasted life.

I wish peace could be measured with all its simplicity! I found peace listening to a great music this morning and found peace reading Alchemist (14th time!!) last night. I lose it moment I get a call from my spouse hearing about an issue at home or a pressing need for my action at work place. I am seeking it through meditation and by exercise but mostly in ain. I guess I would attain nirvana when I say “I am at peace, totally”!!!

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