A quarter life crisis is filled with the sense of a) not knowing which direction to turn or which path to take b) trying to figure out what it is you REALLY want with life and finally c) today’s generations are overwhelmed with wanting to be something, to do something, to make a difference.
So, there is something I would like to share that I came across recently, and I would like to apply it to the quarter life crisis.
To some, Juno was known as the fertility goddess for the Romans. She is said to have spirits of youthfulness, liveliness, and strength, and to watch over women during childbearing years. To others, Juno is known as the 16-year-old pregnant girl in a recent Jason Reitman movie. Either way, the name reflects pregnancy, and pregnancy indicates bringing new life into the world.
Now, with that said there are a few other random points I have to make before I get to the final idea. Stay with me, I promise I will tie all this together.
Juno has been questionably said to be the feminine counterpart to Genius. A genius is known to be someone who has exceptional intellectual ability. However, genius really encompasses those who are original. If you are original then you bring new life and meaning to this world since there is only one of you here on earth. Therefore you are one of a kind and can be said to be a genius.
Finally, something I would like to share is the definition of genesis which is “the origin or coming into being of something” or simply, the beginning.
Tomorrow is a new day. It can be the beginning (the genesis) of you being genuine to who you really are and who you are really meant to be. And if you are genuine enough to yourself, then consider yourself a genius for being original and bringing your own unique meaning, reality, perspective and truth into this world.
Think about it,