By fulfilling your why, you may realize that you can have an even greater impact than you have ever imagined. Surround yourself with things that remind you of why you do what you do and find something each day to help you live your why.
Why I Write:
I write for me. I write because I want to capture my moments that have now turned into memories. I write because I want to tell my story. I write because I want to remember my story. I write because writing is thinking on paper.
Why I Read:
I read because knowledge is power. I read because I know that reading can take me away when I need to stay where I am. I read because I want to share the passion. I read because I believe I should exercise my mind everyday.
Why I Run:
I run because I can challenge myself in ways that I never thought possible. I run for the thrill and I run for the accomplishment. I run to inspire others to live a healthy lifestyle. I run for mental toughness and I run because my body was meant to move.
Why I Teach:
I teach for my students. I teach because I understand their struggles. I teach because I want to celebrate their successes. I teach because I believe I can make a difference.
Why I Advocate for the SPCA:
I advocate for homeless and neglected rabbits. I advocate for them because they don’t have a voice. I advocate to show these precious animals that there are good humans in this world of neglect and abuse. I advocate because I believe I can make their world a better place.
Why I Will Always Be a Mom:
I will always be a mom because I have the best daughter in the world. I will always be there when she needs me. I will share in the highlights and lowlights of her life. I will always be a mom because I have been blessed to be given this role.
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Great post. I particularly like how you extrapolated on the quote.
Yes!It’s the discovery of the why that gives meaning to all we do.
The “Whys” are what make us “Who” we are. Great post.
Another great format for another great post! So many “whys” to ponder…Thanks for sharing!
You always have the BEST blog posts and ideas, Amy! When it was the National Day on Writing a couple of weeks ago, I spent a lot of time reflecting on all the reasons why I write. I learned a lot about myself in the process. I need to expand that reflection to include other areas of my life as well. Thank you for the inspiration!