I think this quote speaks to something that Gandhi said which was that “the means must match the end”. He used this quote to explain the necessity for non-violence; that you can’t expect a peaceful end if the means by which you achieve this is not also peaceful. If you don’t follow your heart, and follow what makes you feel alive along the journey, you can’t expect to end up in a place where your heart is fulfilled. There are certain things that we feel drawn to such as people, places, hobbies….things that inspire us, or make us feel more alive. These feelings are part of our visceral compass; our internal guide that is also in-tune with the rest of the universe. Let yourself be silently drawn by that which you really love. It will not lead you astray.