Many of us lose our way towards our destination, destiny or dream. And, sometimes it’s much larger than we are. As our country has the Constitution of the United States of America to be the map for its direction, we should be mapping our way towards where we want our destination to be.
The USA’s history is filled with wrong turns, missed turns and overturns of previous legislation, that needs modification, keeping our eyes on the Constitution for guidance. Here in the 21st century We The People are more divided about our direction than at any other time in our history. And it’s had an effect on all of us and some of us are questioning our leaders maps and if they are looking at the Constitution or their own philosophies or fears. This can happen with our life personally and that is a time to stop and step back, to not force forward without a clear and concise understanding of your map.
Managing a country takes a huge amount of resources; a Legislature to represent We The People as the powers of the Constitution has mapped, an Executive Office to question the Legislature and direct the countries course according with the powers it has been given in the Constitution , and a Supreme Court to tackle judicial challenges to our countries Constitution, Legislation and changes that must be justified as our country changes within the world around it and We The People change within it.
We too need managing of our map to keep our course corrected. Finding your compass does not have to be a ‘me’ thing, make it a ‘we’ experience. Yes, just flip the letter m upside down and your vision expands. Open up to others and ask questions, share yourself to your family, counselor and friends. Find a mentor who you feel is where you would like to be. As you change and your course needs correction, you will have assistance to plot new bearings and manage them.
Life doesn’t sit, even those some of us do. Life moves swiftly and we migrate by its shear energy. Sometimes unexpectedly. Sometimes planned. Migration is natural to the human species. The true Native Americans migrated with the seasons and learned from the earth, plants and animals around them guide their migrations. Simple and synchronous with time.
Managing life’s path can be as simple if you use your map to guide your migration.