Ready, Set, Blog! Divine Mission- Possible

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This is my post contribution to Linda’s (Litebeing’s) blog challenge – Divine mission possible

The challenge is this:

Write about your spiritual mission here on Gaia. Are you a lightworker, Starseed, forerunner, Indigo, or none of the above? What have you incarnated to do or to be? Describe your mission and your journey to achieve it. Are you delighted to be here? There is no correct answer, by the way. Make it your own.

Oh, Yeah, mission possible or impossible – just write.

I guess, figuring out what your purpose in this life is or figuring out what your mission in life is or figuring out why the h**l you are here for, is the most sought-after question, an I think I have shared my thoughts on this in one of my blog posts some time ago. I don’t like labels and I do not like assuming that I know what my spiritual mission might be. I might be a lightworker, I might be an indigo, I might just be a figment of someone’s imagination.

But, you know, it doesn’t matter what my mission on earth is. What matters is – that I realize that no one is going to get out of this alive. And what does that have to do with anything? I think the answer is the most obvious realization – everything. That statement should set off all the bells in my head. Nothing and nobody matters. What matters is that I live my life and enjoy it. What matters is that I choose what makes me happy.

I have said it before and it has been said by so many before me – you are going to die. Maybe today, maybe tomorrow, maybe in 20 years, and maybe in 100. When you die, actually, depends on what you want and what you believe in.

Deep down I know and you know, and, hopefully, everyone else around us realizes that nobody’s opinion or beliefs are important to you or me or them. Life is such a fragile thing – stuff happens either you want it or not. People will always judge you by how you made them feel. What you have done or achieved doesn’t matter to anyone except you and people who got positively impacted by your actions.

At the end of the day, you only matter to yourself and people who love you and think that they need you in their lives to be happy.

In my humble opinion, it is a mission impossible to be able to live a perfect life when you do the right thing for others. However, it is mission “possible” to live your life so you are happy. When you are happy and you thoughtfully, without intentionally hurting others, choose what is best for you, you make people around you happy. If you are happy, you share your happiness. If you are not happy, that is the only thing you have to share with the world around you. So, by somewhat being selfish you, actually, make the world a better place.

I just want to point out, that I am not talking about being greedy, being mean, being inconsiderate or being intentionally hurtful. I am talking about just choosing not to worry about other people’s opinion on what you need to be or what choices you need to make so they feel comfortable in their own skin. I am talking about living your own life, being who you are, and making choices that make you happy.

You know, how sometimes parents ask you to not tell people about what you do or who you are, and you know that they are asking you to lie or hide the truth because it would somehow make them look bad? That is exactly what I am talking about. It is not your responsibility to make your parents’ dreams come true. It is not your responsibility to make sure they feel good about themselves. It is not your responsibility to pick a path that they do not perceive to be embarrassing. They have their own path to choose, their own choices to make and their own happiness to experience.

Your mission in life is to live your life with a smile on your face and enjoy every choice you make. It is not an easy choice to choose yourself over your parents, your friends, your family, and/ or your community. However, at the end of the day when you are about to die, would any of them matter? Of course not! The only thing that will matter when you are about to say goodbye to this opportunity, so-called – life, will be the regret that you always valued other people’s opinions more than your own want to be happy.

When I choose “me” and make choices that make me happy, I also attract more things that make me happy and content.

My mission in life is to laugh more, enjoy more,  be more…and make things possible. My happiness depends only on me and me only. Nobody is responsible for my happiness – neither people nor their choices nor circumstances. I am alone responsible for my own life and for making it possible. When I am happy with who I am and life that I live, only then I am able to share this happiness with someone else. And only then it is possible…

I would like to ask Carolyn Page to join the conversation if she chooses to share her light and talk about her mission in life. She is one of the people that always makes me smile and reminds me of a never-ending light.

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About Dace

I am perfectly imperfect!

4 responses to “Ready, Set, Blog! Divine Mission- Possible”

  1. litebeing says :

    Hi Dace,

    This is LInda from litebeing chronicles. Thank you for entering my blog challenge. How did you hear about it?

    Could you read my post and review the directions? You never contacted me or even picked a date! 😉 While I am very glad you wrote a post for the challenge, there are some basic guidelines.
    Could you make some adjustments to you post ?

    thanks in advance and contact me if you have any questions. 😉

    peace, Linda

    • Dace says :

      sorry, Linda. It was a late night and I just felt inspired to write and I totally spaced out about a few things that I needed to follow. I also couldn’t figure out what you meant by the “badge”, so I am assuming it is just the main picture that you used for your blog.

      How did I hear about this? I somehow found your blog through Barbara Franken’s blog. She is just an amazing human being.

  2. Sue Dreamwalker says :

    Wonderful Mission.. Laughter Heals on so many levels.. ❤

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