When did you last experience working well with others, maybe with a sense of unity, even if you were quite different? Think of a time.
In that moment, what did you do that helped others? How were you of service to them?
What did you do that uniquely served you? That allowed you to do your best and express your potential?
How was your balance of doing for self and for others? In balance? Or skewed, maybe as you would want it skewed, or maybe not?
And in that moment, at that time during that experience, what did you realise about yourself that felt important? What part of that experience developed your inner self, such that you might be more you?
How was your balance here between developing and being more you, with that sense of connection and unity from being with others? In other words, how was your balance of being? Were you being more in service of them or of yourself?
Your orientation to being or to doing, balanced with your orientation towards self or to others is interesting.
Does meaning come in one of those quadrants more easily – being (developing inner) self, being (unity) with others, doing (service) to others and doing for self (expressing your potential)?
If so, are there other quadrants which feel less developed? What would you like to pay more attention to?
Mapping where we find meaning can be illuminating.