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From: Janice M. Puta:
Dear friends and spiritual seekers,
It all counts, every step of the way. I’ve had many careers and many jobs over the years, always searching for the right place to be, the right thing to be doing with my life. Little did I realize I was already doing it and didn’t know it. Whether it was for a few years or many more than I planned on, all the places I lived and worked in were part of the lessons I needed to learn to write this book.
What do you want to do with your life?
At times I thought it was about getting someplace, doing something, meeting someone, and then I would finally feel complete and whole. What I understand now is that the learning experience is in the process, in the journey. What I wanted to do with my life and who I wanted to be were exactly what I was doing when I felt the nudge to change jobs, go back to school, leave a relationship, ask for help, and followed that guidance. My life, my dreams, my destiny were unfolding before me with every turn in the road.
Where are you going to get your travel plans?
A lot of spiritual seekers ask how to be on purpose with their life, how to know what it is they came here to do and to be. Our travel plans always show up for
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