Being a "Wanderer" can at times feel confusing, lonely and like there is no guidance in a world that consists mostly of those following a direct path laid out by our society. Creating our own life by solely listening to your heart can often feel like the world is crashing in and uncertainty can suppress the inner guidance, completely redirecting a path of ease, leading to feeling like it's the wrong one. For the first time in a while, I feel like everything is falling into place and by listening to my heart, being patient and not succumbing to the "safe" path of a normal job, I am beginning to clearly understand my life and my purpose, while respecting and surrendering to the crazy twists and turns my heart takes me on to get all of the puzzle pieces put together. I would want nothing else than the path I have been on and continue to be on.This quote in a book I have recently revisited presented itself to me at the most perfect time, solidifying how I'm choosing to live my life. I found it to be empowering to continue making the choices I do and not really caring about whether I'm doing it "perfectly" because really, the only perfection I see, is living life through the heart. Everything will fall into place. Perfectly.I hope this resonates with many of you Wanderers and potentially ignite a little spark of lifestyle change in those that are Wanderers at heart with the fear of surrendering to trusting themselves and the Universe."The Wanderer seeks to discover her unique and authentic place in life. Not just any place will do. Her authentic place is not simply one that someone will pay her to occupy (like a job), nor a task she happens to have the talent to perform (like an art or a craft), nor a career a vocational counselor recommends for her (like banking or social work), nor a social role (like a caregiver, student, parent, servant, leader, whore, or rebel) in which other people will accept her. It's got to be HER place, one in keeping with her vital core. It is a place defined not by the deeds she performs, but by the qualities of soul she embodies; not by her physical, social, or economic achievements, but by the true character she manifests; neither by her capacity to conform to the masses nor by her ability to creatively rebel against the mainstream, but by the unique way she performs her giveaway for her community."The Wanderer must go off in search of the one life she can call her own." -Bill PltokinDream on and keep dreaming. Make your reality how you want it and don't stop when there's a hiccup.