Faced with the challenges of vocational discernment, it is necessary to go out to others and to open the doors so that our life can be authentically fulfilled and bear fruit for the good of all.
To live one’s vocation is always synonymous with uninstallation, leaving, going out, searching, setting out on a journey, and meeting.
The path of dialogue appears to be the true means for vocational discernment and personal fulfillment.
To look responsibly at life and to enter into the dynamism of love as the essence of every vocation is to give assent to the demands of love.
Vocation is openness to life, for it is only the full acceptance of the gift of vocation that makes a person capable of changing the world.
Each one of us has received the gift of a specific vocation from God. However, our vocation depends on our choice to seek out and persevere on the path of discernment and vocational experience.
The authentic realization of what we are and what we dream of being will allow us to generate life in abundance.
The discernment process will always go through a relationship with people who have already gone through the same thing as us, and who live the same dream.
Vocation is always a gift for us and for others, a blessing that makes us walk in the construction of a more inclusive and fraternal world.