Having a Just Cause
  • The takeaway from this week’s episode is … your life will have meaning when you have a just cause.
  • Here’s what this will do for you … you will discover your “just cause” in your journal writing.
  • Here’s what I want you to do with it … make your “just cause” a priority. It’s where you will find your deepest meaning in this life.

 

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Having a “just cause” is spawned from your passion … but requires extra work.

Most people do not have a cause they are dedicated to and that’s why so many problems have perpetuated in your world. Having a just cause means going the extra mile. Most people feel they don’t have the time to go that extra mile to put in the necessary work to establish and maintain a just cause.

We see that going that extra mile is largely uncharted territory on your planet at this time.

In fact, it’s a lonely barren wasteland once you venture out there. Getting others to go the extra mile with you into that wilderness is also difficult. They must be as determined and committed as you are, feeling aligned with their just cause too.

Not going the extra mile, doing more than what’s expected of you, like volunteering for more than others do, getting more things done in a day, a week, a month, or a year … is a foreign concept to most people.

Most people are bare minimum people.

They show up for a job and do the bare minimum amount of work to collect a paycheck. They watch the clock all day long counting down the hours and minutes until they can get out of their meaningless job. This attitude is the central problem to everything that’s not working in your world at this time.

Extra work is not very popular with an finite mindset.

Doing the bare minimum will only reward you with a bare minimum life. Having relinquished your personal power, or any meaning in your life automatically disqualifies you from contributing to the betterment of the world in general. This is in complete contrast to having any just cause – a disconnection from what you intended to achieve before you came here.
Humanity is transitioning out of a bare minimum finite existence, into a “just cause” infinite existence.

Expanding out of the old finite limits into infinite possibilities will spawn innovation, trust, and cooperation. This is the environment that supports living your just cause. It has never been a better time to implement your just cause than right now, derived out of your own trials and tribulations. That’s why the older people get the more they question who they are and why they are here. That inquiry spawns your just cause, your purpose, your impact.

CALL TO ACTION:

  • Do what you love so much that you would do it for free if you could afford to.

  • Take the time to ponder what your just cause is, then write it down.

  • Contemplate this … your “Just Cause” resides in what you can do for others, something bigger than you.

HOW IT WORKS: Not having a just cause can only happen when you’re disconnected. Disconnected to where you came from and why you are here. With so many people missing out on their “just cause” it’s no wonder the world is in so much distress. Their lives have no meaning, as their reason for being here illudes them. People with a well-defined just cause are leaders, and by example, show others the way. More importantly, these leaders are granted access to infinite possibilities, bringing that into existence … enriching the lives of others and the planet at large. This is what service to others is all about. People aligned with their “just cause,” do the right thing even when no one is looking. ~ Linda Deir

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