2. You have the impression that you are doing what you are supposed to do.
I will tell you a personal anecdote, for example: even when I have a bad day and I am not satisfied with what I wrote, I have bad comments and I feel depressed, I succeed in somehow to remind me that I do what I love most, that I do my best, and that tomorrow will be different. This kind of ideology really stems from what some people would define as your “call”.
3. Even if you have not figured it out yet, you know at least what you are supposed to do.
4. When you come from nowhere, from time to time, you have a feeling of happiness that invades you …
5. You agree with the things that hurt you most and affected you the most in the past.
In fact, you are even grateful to them. You see the story unfold because you have reached the next page or chapter. When you can see in hindsight, it means you are beyond.
7. Even when you have a bad day, you are able to accept that some days will be like that, and that the other days will be better … in other words, you have accepted the human condition.
8. You have a new respect for people who are older and wiser than you.
The smartest people know that there are still many things they do not know.
9. When you start thinking a little less about yourself and a little more about what you do for others.
You have passed the stage of having to be sufficient for your own needs. You have taken care of yourself, and you are on the next most important thing, if not the most important: what you can do for others.