‘Joseph Campbell meant something very specific by the phrase. It comes from one of the last interviews he did, in which he said: “If you follow your bliss, you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while, waiting for you, and the life that you ought to be living is the one you are living.Oct 2, 2014′  (https://www.ashford.edu/blog/student-lifestyle/what-does-it-mean-to-follow-your-bliss)


Your life until you are settled within yourself may take winding roads, twists and turns, suffer road blocks and even the occasional hanging by your fingernails wondering how the hell you got here moments. But, if you hang on long enough all of those little things once you get them all together can make a wonderful picture that you can look back on once you have reached your bliss and say yup, I did it. I was not quite lost. I was blind there for a bit or a wtf.

Some dreams may be as impermanent as the pencil markings in the drawing above, it isnt finished quite yet, while others may be minor goals accomplished along the way that help the overall picture of your bliss come to fruition. Whatever they are when all is said don’t stop reaching for that one thing you have always wanted never lose track of your bliss. Life is a one time thing. Never reaching for your bliss or trying to live it will become another bucket list add on.

Just think about how much fun it will be when you look at the picture your life became because you strove for and achieved your bliss. It will be better than ‘I should’ve done this or that. Follow your bliss.