Monday, March 17, 2014


     The Wiser Person within us watches while we are riding the wave of our 20’s – a time during which we feel we can do ANYTHING. This feeling is true because for many, the early 20s maybe under the influences of others: parents, family, school, sports, or other activities surrounding natural abilities with which we have been born and in which we are encouraged to pursue.
By about age 28 many people reach the limit of this world. We can feel these capacities begin to diminish – or we grow jaded and we sense we need a new direction in which to grow. This is when the Wiser Person within us brings situational limitations or our personal short-comings to meet the demands of our future destiny in order to help us prepare to become.
In many biographies, this prompts a crisis which happens at about age 28 which is called THE CRISIS OF TALENT. Will we find a source of renewal of our “gifts” and natural abilities from the past? Or do we feel compelled – even  driven - to break out and attempt to radically change ourselves?


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1 comment:

  1. Hi Jean,

    I've been reading your blog for a few weeks now, and I found this post particularly interesting because I'm only 22 but can relate to this 28 talent crash!

    Thanks for your blogging, it really brings anthroposophy to the crazy facts of life.