Consider the wisdom of Liz Milani
“Be faithful to your becoming. What once served you, even if it served you well may not be what you need right now. Learning when to hold on and when to let go is holy work.
The virtue of consistency is a misplaced myth. Consistency is just the practice of doing the same thing over and over again. So tell me, as seasons come and go and people and times change, and your life grows and morphs and diverges, why should consistency be heralded as a virtue? You can’t possibly stay the same through all the natural changes of your life and the world. What you should be consistent in is your evolution, is your growing and becoming. Be consistent in your generous analysis of what deserves your faithfulness and what you should turn your back on.
Be faithful to your becoming instead of the ways of old. What served you once, even if it served you well, doesn’t want or need your allegiance; it only wants you to keep going and growing.”