We are meant to be Architects of Change. We each want something for this world, don’t we? This is part of finding your path and your life’s purpose. What does your soul long for and how do you connect that to how you are living your life? I believe we each have so much power to move life forward and be of service to others. The things that upset or move us can impel and compel us to do something to change it, create understanding, inform, educate and so much more.
Of course,for me… being an architect of change means to compassionately educate, inform, guide, or even inspire… or just plain help people see possibilities.
How about you?
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In my working life, I think I was an architect of change in the same way you are. Now, I’m hoping to be the same for my grandchildren and those who read my blog.