• Michael Dahdal

That Forward Motion

Updated: Feb 17, 2020

You are designed to move forward - both literally and metaphorically.

In the literal sense, simply take notice of the mechanics of your body, you begin to see that everything is built to propel you in a linear direction (forward).

Life doesn't happen moving backwards,

Nor are your legs (or the deep sense you've been given) developed to have you sit around doing nothing.

That forward motion is what ultimately moves you closer to something 'better', it’s this movement away from something and towards something else, that ultimately gives your life a sense of purpose.

This is not about a perpetual state of restlessness – but rather about getting clear on what you need and should be done and then actually doing it.

Metaphorically, it’s in being (and feeling) productive that gives your life that inherent sense of value.

In knowing that your effort means something

That what you do makes a difference

That you're moving towards something important, and that there's a light at the end of the tunnel.

In the strict Darwinian sense, life is in a perpetual state of motion

A perpetual state of change,

You must either learn to adapt and flow with it, or you’ll s