What is Your Why?

29 responses to What is Your Why?

  1. Victoria says:

    Love this quote! My why in life is my family. Everything I do is for them. They are what gives meaning to my life.

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  2. IB says:

    My “why” is I want to retire by 50. I am working my butt off to make this happen! And I sure am putting up with a lot of “how.”

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  3. Jordan says:

    My WHY is my fiancé. She and I have been through so much together and I am so thankful to have her by my side. She lost her job last year and it was very stressful for us because she was the bread winner. I am not ashamed to admit this because of how brilliant she is. I have since, with her help become the breadwinner of our household. I literally couldn’t do what I am doing without her. It makes me so happy that I can give her the life that she deserves, a life that is free from the stress of the rat race. She is my why, my everything.

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  4. E.E. says:

    Hello Dr. Perry. I am an online subscriber to your blog. This is a wonderful question. This changes by the day! Depending on what obstacle I encounter. Currently it is my health. I am facing an illness with dignity and doing the best that I can to be as healthy for as long as possible.

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  5. tingsha says:

    My why is sharing kindness with others whether that means family, friends or strangers. The how seems to be knowing that that’s ok despite others advising me not to give without being given to. It’s taken me a long time to feel confident that thos purpose makes me strong not weak so this post comes at perfect timing!

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  6. pennross says:

    Thought provoking question, one that as an artist I ask myself often. Persuing art sometimes can feel so self indulgent. I struggle trying to find a way to serve humanity. So the why must be to bring joy, enlightenment and sometimes humor with my art. It’s evolved into writing children’s books. Children have become the why. Boy that sounds so schmaltzie….

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  7. I love this quote. My blog post today is going to be about My WHY. To answer your question here, it use to be my kids. Now, dont get me wrong, they are still the number one driving force for me being the best ME I possibly can be. However, one day they are going to leave my home and I have to be able to sustain that driving force. I am currently on my search for MY WHY. Thank you for posting this. It definitely helped kick start my brain this morning.

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  8. Lahla says:

    I did have to bear a tough how, brain cancer. I was diagnosed when my kids were in 5th and 8th grade and my why is that I couldn’t imagine not being there, so I did everything to take my best chances in life. That was over 3 and a half years ago and I want to raise them, I wasn’t to be their mom, but I have other goals too. I’d also like some awesome times with my husband and I have some personal goals and dreams I’d like to reach. Thanks for this reminder today. You reminded me how much I should be grateful and how I should strive forward.

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  9. Singledust says:

    powerful words Dr. Perry, words to meditate upon. the why is all important to find a purpose and reason for the core of our struggles. appreciate your sharing.

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  10. Diane says:

    Hi Dr. Perry, My sister told me about this blog. She thought I would like it. She was wrong. I LOVE IT! Your positive spirit radiates from everything you write! Thank you for your free dose of positivity. It is really needed in today’s world.Blessings ❤️

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    • Dr. Perry says:

      Indeed! I have to share my “why” I aspire to heal and connect with people in my work and through my blog posts. I am fulfilled if I can make one person feel a little better or perhaps plant a positive thought that will grow into a positive act✨

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      • Then take heart, because every post on your blog is uplifting. Being ancient, I know and have learned most of what you speak, but there are times when what you say give me the words or time to say what is necessary to someone in need of a kind word thought or another way of looking at a situation. So your why should give you much fulfillment. From one inspired blogger to another (cause you are inspiring)!

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        • Dr. Perry says:

          Thank you so much for your kind words. I am flattered. I hope to keep sharing everything I learn with the blogging community for as long as I can. Thank you again!✨

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