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By Alan Scott, Catholic Exchange, January 17, 2020

Alan Scott is a writer and graphic designer residing in Virginia. A former Agnostic, he converted to the Catholic faith in 2004. In 2014 he started his blog, and is the author of The Quest for Virtue, both which focus on growing in holiness, by attempting to live a life more simple and virtuous, a life that is lived for God. When he’s not writing or designing, you’ll find him, hands dirty, in his garden. 

Alan ScottHave you ever felt this vague feeling of being lost, or out of place?

Perhaps you have felt that the path you are on may not be headed in the right direction? That you are somehow missing the mark?

I have noticed for most of my life that there seems to be this ever-present, underlying experience with many people that they feel that they should be or perhaps could be, doing something different with their lives.

Perhaps doing something more meaningful?

Perhaps something better than what they’re doing now?

And this often leaves us wondering if what we’re currently doing…is wrong?

I have dealt with this feeling many times throughout my life, leading me to second-guess things like past relationships, jobs and important decisions in other areas of my life.

This past December 28th was the third year anniversary of my mother’s stroke, which eventually took her life on August 4th of the following year.  After her stroke, her care became my full-time job. I had to give up my job, investing all of my time and efforts in her care and recovery.   ….

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