Each time you find yourself as part of the majority, time has come for a pause and reflection.
Our existence is built on a society that conditions us to think and behave in a certain way. This is the reason why most of us take on an egocentric and materialistic lifestyle, designed to satisfy our own interest. However, our work, consumption, image and entertainment do not get to fill our emptiness. In entering the midlife crisis, many of us stop fooling ourselves, and assume that our life has no purpose or meaning. The need for change arises, together with the motivation to know ourselves better. The truth is that through this transformation process we begin to question the beliefs with which we have created our false concept of identity. And as a consequence, we get connected with our true essence, from which we start to build a life on the service of others, leading our existence to the common good.
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