We are afraid of not knowing what comes next, and so we make our lives predictable. Don't be afraid of what comes next. You'll be ok. (@PeacefulMindPeacefulLife)
I wish I could explain the spiritual significance of the confusing situation I am in. I work in the financial industry, a profession that is often viewed as greedy and heartless in our spiritual community. I also 'hate' my job as this high pressure environment has given me several nervous breakdowns and turned my hair prematurely gray. My spiritual partner and I nearly broke up over it as she is tired of my endless complaining that I can't take it anymore. Yet, I have a mission to complete here, and strange as it sounds, it has catapulted me into GOD's arms.
I am an introvert so I am naturally shy of meeting others. I also happen to be extremely risk averse. It is only thanks to my job that I understand how different we all are. No one views this world the same, and there is no 'wrong' or 'right' in our perceptions. I work with 'player natures' and realize how happy they are taking on risk why I nearly die facing this uncertainty. It is because of my stressful job that I now understand that my mind is wired to somehow 'protect' itself against the holy NOW.
Life is wild, life is ever-changing, but it is also protective and kind. To experience life's spiritual meaning you have to be open to it 100 percent. I thank my job for having ripped off my protective gear and my blinder. Today I still have qualms taking off my clothes on a public beach when everyone else there is dressed and jump naked into the waters. Yet today I will do it if life asks me to whether I like it or not. Life is a ride encouraging us to set us free of our ego moment by moment. I am living for the NOW and will do whatever it takes to stay next to HER.