It's easy to fall in love with the GPS version of the universe.
There, just ahead, after that curve. Drive a little further, your destination is almost here.
Done. You've arrived.
Of course, that's not how it works. Not our careers, not our relationships, not our lives.
You've always arrived. You've never arrived.
Wherever you go, there you are. You're never going to arrive because you're already there.
There's no division between the painful going and the joyous arriving. If we let it, the going can be the joyful part.
It turns out that arrival isn't the point, it can't be, because we spend all our time on the journey.