All the things you want are on the journey, not at the end of it.
How many times have you started down a road, looked into the distance and not been able to see ten feet in front of your face?
That’s the thing: you’re never going to be able to see that far ahead. But that doesn’t mean that you don’t keep striding.
You have to keep moving on your journey.
After all, humans were born on the run.
We started off as nomadic tribes, stopping only to hunt and forage. Always moving, never stopping the journey.
Then, we settled into towns and cities to lay roots, and what happened? Some of us stopped the journey.
Because we stopped moving our bodies, we thought it was ok to stop moving our minds. We stopped improving. We stopped imagining.
It’s no wonder that many of us are stuck.
There’s no prize at the bottom of the box.
There’s no golden statuette to win.
Everything you want is on the journey.