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30 de November de 2023
“And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure if the storm is really over. But one thing is certain: when you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.”
This quote is from “Kafka on the Shore” by the writer Haruki Murakami. The storm mentioned here isn’t about a natural phenomenon, although it shares some similarities. What do a hurricane, a heavy rainstorm, an earthquake, and a storm have in common? They shake and disrupt what was once in place, calling for a rebuilding process based on what remains. And personal crises work in a similar way, shaking our inner world and demanding a process of reinvention.
There are people who, as a result of a personal crisis, have made it their mission to assist others in overcoming similar situations to theirs.
Discover how, based on your personal experience, you can find a purpose that will help others.
Human empathy is a biological trait, something inherent to our nature. It’s what makes us feel someone’s sadness when they cry and prompts us to give them a hug or ask how we can help. Some individuals, through this empathy, discover a calling and a purpose centered around assisting others who are going through a similar situation to what they once faced. In doing so, they share with the world the tools and resources they’ve uncovered during their own journeys, offering not just theoretical solutions but genuine authenticity derived from their personal experiences.
One of the most important and rewarding aspects of learning is being able to share it with others. It’s a generous act to teach others what has helped you. We’re not like Gollum from The Lord of the Rings, who says “my precious”. Instead, we can share the treasures of our experiences and knowledge, so they’re not kept exclusively to ourselves.
All of this sounds great, but how can I actually begin to tell and share my story with the world? Here are a few ideas to get you started:
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Sometimes, we humans make a common mistake: thinking that what happens to us or causes us suffering is unique to us. We forget that there are millions of people on this planet, and while we may be going through a challenging situation, there’s likely someone else out there experiencing the same thing.
Here are some individuals who, in addition to overcoming their own challenges, created projects to help others solve similar situations to theirs:
These women are just three out of the many examples in our society of how a period of crisis can become the starting point for a life transformation, not only for those who go through it but also for others.