April 12, 2013 ·
By: Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.
By asking the question of our title I am not interested on a trip you may be planning to make, or a vacation you are soon to take. I’m simply seeking to stimulate your mind into recognizing the need for purpose and goals in life.
What steps are you taking today to reach certain objectives? What must you do in the next few days or weeks to achieve your desired goals, as well as to avoid situations which would be undesirable obstacles in your path to successful achievements.
The word itinerary most often applies to journeys one makes, trips one takes, as the traveler in advance maps out places to visit, things to do, all within the specific time frame available. But it need not be limited only to that!
Daily living also requires a well-thought-out itinerary if our days and hours are not misused, but utilized to the greatest personal advantage without adversely affecting anybody else in the process.
Sadly, many people live purposeless lives; they just let life happen to them instead of guiding its events and planning the unfolding of each new day, while being ever mindful of varied, unexpected barriers which could either paralyze all efforts or still lead you back on track, into the correct path!
Yet, a life well lived takes into account the importance of following a calendar without being a slave to it; of observing a map to avoid what can be successfully bypassed; of anticipating possible trouble along the way, with the knowledge of how to handle that effectively.
If you live each day with a view towards your finishing line, you can more easily reach your eventual destination able to look back with joy at the victories you shall have secured, and the prizes you collected along the way. Other than that, your enjoyment of life will be very limited, and the contributions you can make on behalf of others will lack the satisfaction to which you are entitled! Plan your work, and work out your plan diligently!
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