“Don’t waste time.”
“Don’t stop until you get there.”
“Ignore everything else.”
These three things are what I’m gearing up to when I return home mid-June. I already know there are a billion things I must deal with when I get back, and I know that while I’d rather not, it is necessary.
I know full well that if I don’t deal with what’s really bothering me back home then I’d never have the chance to move forward fully and that is true with every other problem.
One cannot flee from what is bothering them if the bother follows after.
It is necessary to deal with the current, put that in the past and then never look back again.
If the premise is not met, then the chapter is half written – unfinished.
Therefore the gap, even when the chapter is finished, will come back and haunt you.
The only way to prevent this from happening is go back and put an end to the storyline that no longer serves the overall story but wastes ink all the same.
Go back and close that chapter.
So you can be fully prepared to start a new one.
Having a goal meaning have a vision, a purpose, and not stopping, until you are satisfied with the outcome.