Life may not have meaning,
but who we are, and who we become does.
It’s an old age adage that humans spend a lifetime searching for the meaning of life. I’m not sure about the theology or psychology behind that, but I do know the sooner we get clarity, the more fulfilled lives we’ll lead. Where would we even begin? Well, it’s really quite simple. Ask yourself, “What are the things that I’m great at doing? What is it that I love to do? Of those things, which are most important to me?” And there’s your list of your own priorities—the things that make you the happiest and are most important to you. Delegate, defer, or delete as much as possible from your life that’s not on your new priorities list. Now is the time to stop searching, and start living—just prioritize!