I love this SO much. It's advice from the creator of Calvin and Hobbes, Bill Watterson, turned into a cartoon by artist Gavin Aung Than at zenpencils.com (link goes to his 'about' page). It was somewhere in my Facebook news feed this week, and it echoes my feelings exactly. What you do with your life should be on purpose. Drifting along letting other values shape your days isn't much of a goal, but it's easy. It's safe. I'm in awe of people who figure this out and do what's important to them even when it's not popular, or common. Our personal sense of meaning changes over time. It's a moving target. This wonderful cartoon made me sniffly, and as the kids say these days, I felt many feels.
Zen Pencils also has an online store that is worth checking out here.