You and why.
To define one is to define them both.
Show me a man or woman with a ‘why’ and I’ll show you someone who isn’t wondering what, when, where, or how to do their some-thing.
Your something is your why.
Your why is the theme of your life. Your why is your constant living and breathing verb. Your why is your metaphor – your meaning, purpose, and fulfillment that sails just below the surface. Your why isn’t who you think you are or who you think we think you are – it is simply…who…you…are…meant…to be…and become.
Which leads us back to you.
So why you? In short, only you can fulfill such a unique, stand-alone, and divine cause.
And herein lies the holiest of all pursuits: that we would become what we are meant to be.