It helps me to be reminded that each person has their own way of discovering their truth and finding their way -- including me! A friend of mine likes to say we're all climbing up the same mountain, but we don't have to all take the same trail to reach the top. Saw this on an episode of Jerry Seinfeld's web series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee". During the episode, Michael Richards (Kramer) is lamenting decisions he made which cost him heavily in his career after Seinfeld. To which, Jerry replies: "I don't accept the judging of process. It doesn't matter that you like to rehearse with your nose up against the flat saying lines. We're all trying to get to the same island. Whether you swim, fly, surf, or sky dive in, it doesn't matter. What matters is when the red light comes on." We each have our own "process" and it's ok to be just exactly who we are during our "process" of discovery (the red light coming on). That the red light comes on is the important part!