Jun E Caniel

Where are you going?

In Thoughts on November 18, 2010 at 4:31 pm

Where are you going? This is a question I often ask myself on a daily basis. These days life is moving faster and faster. I want more and more, and at times it doesn’t seem like I’m getting the answers I want.  Most hard workers and great leaders are impatient. We believe so much  in what we are doing, and often times not seeing the result as fast as we would love to.  Believe me, I feel this pain everyday, however I know  my time is coming soon.  You see, their comes a time in every person life, a special moment when they are tapped on the shoulder and offered the chance to do a very special thing, unique to them and fitting their talents. We must be prepared for this moment. I believe our preparation comes in the times when we don’t feel we are moving fast enough.  It comes in the smaller minutes that precede that final hour.  If we are not willing to take care of the small difficulties, we can not expect to be able to rise to meet the big ones. Remember where there is struggle there is life!  We have traveled along too far on the road to stop now! We must humble ourselves and pick up that heavy load and continue on the road. The road that we are destined to be on. The road that leads us to our bliss. The road that we have dreamed of for so long!  Where are you going? I say I’m going to the top! I will meet you there! Be Jun E! Where are you going?

Jay Caniel

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  1. very powerful Jay Caniel, i am too young to be sure of where i might be going i understand what i want outa life, which is to be a doctor and to help people in all parts of africa and any/every other part of the world, i know what i want outa life and it is to be successful. indeed the road to success is long and difficult but the outcome, god willing, will be the one i will want and need.
    have a good one
    N

  2. this is much needed, Jay. I’m glad you said this. It is so important not to overlook the seemingly small moments of opportunity. They can definitely illuminate the right path which we need to take in order to arrive at our goals, dreams, destiny… Patience is of the utmost importance. @ Bryce, knowing what you want out of life is the first step to creating and arriving at your ideal life & ultimate goals. It is not a matter of biological age, it is a matter of knowing and loving yourself enough to go after your ideal. Be sure to practice patience and never take any moment, conversation, or experience for granted. Continue to be Jun E, Bryce & Jay.

    T. Caniel

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