When is that moment in the life when you start asking certainquestions regarding the environment and people that surround you? For most ofpeople, in teen years, some things start to change and the mind startsdeveloping in a new direction. Questions like where do we come from, what arewe made of (except for the obvious), how to achieve your full potential andothers are more or less standard issues that a teenager has to deal with inteen years.
One of the questions that run around the teenage mind isregarding the possible options when it comes to achieving the full potential.To achieve your full potential certain things have to be done. A person has toknow what exactly he or she wants with life. Once that goal is set, it isobvious that a plan is needed to reach that goal. It might be for the best tocreate several smaller steps while reaching that goal, but even those smallsteps might prove to be very difficult. Also, since these are teen years we aretalking about, a person has to be prepared for a sudden change of the opinion,which requires changing the plan as we go along and changing those mentionedfirst steps.
A young mind starts to realize that there might be more thanone answer to the posed questions, more than just one universal being thatseeks answers. This creates another set of questions that might leave a personin the ocean of unanswered questions and non-satisfying answers. Findingoneself in that ocean is needed for achieving your full potential. Withoutthat, it might be possible that the person will remain undeveloped fullythrough the entire life.
Is finding oneself and achieving the full potential reallynecessary? How is that constant chase after something a method for reaching acomplete inner harmony? Or is the chase itself what makes us enhanced to themaximum? Perhaps the effort itself is the only true thing that matters, thatwill make us better and more improved beings. Or is that just another excuse ifa success was not reached? It is possible that the full potential is alwayssomething different with each being and therefore, different methods arerequired to reach that ultimate state of mind being in control over everythingthat surrounds it. Is that control really necessary? Another set of questionscan be posed here, with or without the answers that are constantly feeding thementioned ocean of uncertainty, the only thing that we are certain exists inour lives.