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The journey to a greater service means that you're called to give something, not necessarily what you want to give, but what the situation calls for from you.
The crisis can be experienced if you ask yourself: "Am I living the life I know I was meant to live? Am I living the life I know I was meant to live? Or am I being consumed by the world?" People who are really suffering are living this crisis.