In the world of the 1% — the world of material things we can touch, see, taste, feel and smell — deadlines abound. There are deadlines for filing taxes, for store coupons, for events, and so on.
In the spiritual world — the other 99% — there are no such deadlines. The dreams for our souls are not really tangible goals, as we would consider a goal for running a marathon. So, when you wish “to see the world,” “to become more compassionate,” or “to overcome an addiction or a lifelong struggle,” it’s never too late to work on those dreams.
When you choose to work on your soul, you start down a path of growth and enlightenment. There is no finish line. Rather, there are many forks in the road, and it’s the journey along the path that molds your character or feeds your soul.
It’s never too late.