From my inbox:
“I have a sneaking suspicion this feeling of being unsettled won’t go away until I control my freedom.”
A common theme in the emails I receive is one of readers feeling unsettled. People are frustrated with one or more parts of their current life, yet they sense that change is possible—somehow, somewhere—if they can only find their way through the confusion.
As this person noted, the sense of feeling unsettled won’t just disappear. Finding true resolution requires genuine action. The required action may vary, but the requirement for action is constant.
Also, the unsettlement is a gift. It allows us to understand that there is so much more.