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A FINAL THOUGHT:

While we are always on a journey of becoming, we also all possess an inherent tendency to self-actualise.

Renowned Humanistic Psychologist Carl Rogers wrote in his 1959 paper: This is the inherent tendency… to develop all its capacities in ways which serve to maintain or enhance the organism. It involves not only the tendency to meet what Maslow terms ‘deficiency needs’ for air, food, water, and the like, but also more generalized activities.

It involves development toward… functions, expansion in terms of growth, expansion of effectiveness through the use of tools, expansion and enhancement… It is development toward autonomy and away from heteronomy, or control by external forces (p. 196). It is within you that your quest for living your best life ensues.