Originally Posted by Steve Pavlina
I've reflected on this a bit more. Doing a book on time management seems aligned with truth and power... but not with love. It seems like a logical choice, but when I ask myself honestly, "Does this path have a heart?" I have to admit that the answer is no.
For me the path with a heart would be a write a book about becoming heart-centered, going deeper into the subjects of love, oneness, and courage. At this time our planet needs heart-centered people more than it needs greater efficiency and productivity. As Martin Luther King said, "Our scientific power has outrun our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men."
I'm not sure what the title would be... maybe something like "Becoming Heart-Centered" or "Rediscovering Our Humanity."
I plan to record a podcast on this topic this weekend to see what people think of it.
This idea resonates with me. I'd be particularly interested in a book that covered the wider process to discovering your purpose. As was hinted at in the Meaning of Life series, this can involve a lot of work clarifying your context before you can start to see your purpose. I've had a lot of difficulty with this, but I've fumbled my way through most of this process, and I'd love to have advice on how to consciously guide and accelerate it.