Who hasn't seen the #TGIF hashtag or heard their colleagues yelling "Thank God it's Friday!" lately?
I never really understood why people do that...
One reason for that might be that I work on Saturdays, too.
Another reason might be that... I don't care.
I don't care whether it's Friday, Wednesday, Sunday or - yes, even Monday.
Because every morning when I'm waking up and I'm lying in a real bed, able to to stand up, using two arms and two legs,.. I don't care which day it is, I'm grateful for every weekday.
But OK, OK, I get it. Everybody is looking forward to the weekend. And maybe it's just because you are having more time for your family and you are using that time wisely for being present with them, enjoying true quality time together. You do, right? You're not wasting it in front of the TV. Thought so. And maybe it's because you are meeting friends that weekend or do more sports or take a trip to the country side. Great!
But probably most of the people use the expression, because they are glad that the work week comes to an end. Probably it's because Mondays to Fridays you aren't working in your dream job. Probably you aren't feeling fulfilled. Probably you aren't developing your true potential. Probably until Friday night you get reminded every hour that you are not using the air you breath in the most meaningful way.
Probably,.. you haven't found your purpose, yet.
If you had found your purpose and bring everything that you truly are into the world, expressing your talents, skills, and true potential by creating the most value for others, you wouldn't care if it's Monday or Friday. You would stand up every morning, knowing WHY it's a blessing getting up. For you AND for the people around you. Your clients, customers, colleagues, friends, family.
And you would feel fulfillment on each and every week day.
You would know WHY you are here. You would understand what's the gift that you are meant to bring to the world.
Enjoy this feeling of fulfillment on every weekday by finding your purpose today:
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