Monday: What Do You Value?
...Honour Your Values and Don't Violate Them. If you honour them then you'll be successful but if you violate them then you'll be in a perpetual state of pain and guilt.
Your values are important to who YOU are - honour them!
If one has set standards for oneself then one needs to work on them night and day - continuously.
In life there are no quick fixes - only through patience and perseverance does one succeed.
Everyone has a different set of values. If one wants to excel in spirituality for instance and one does not pray, connect to God and His words, then one can be in a state of guilt.
One should surround oneself with friends whom honour your values as much as you do - they won't let you go wrong - ever. But will help you be accountable for your values and if you honoured them or not.
Our mind is a powerful organ and understands instructions - both positive and negative - it acts upon what we instruct it with.
The subconscious mind is so powerful that one does things without thinking almost or realising I.e brushing teeth or driving car or making tea etc.
God says that He does not change the condition of a people until they don't change themselves.
Fear can lead to bad and wrong decisions.
Being courageous leads one to more and successful opportunities.
You get one shot at life - make sure you make the most of it and the old and wise say always consider your decisions and whether they would make your parents happy.
Honour your values and work towards them daily. If you slip up - then get back up. And when you know what your values are then making decisions will be easy.
God has not created us to be in pain and guilt - and do not be misguided once guided.
Honour your values and hopefully all of ones thoughts and actions will be aligned.
28/11/2011 08:50:02 pm
Excellent read! "Our mind is a powerful organ and understands instructions - both positive and negative - it acts upon what we instruct it with" This statement for me is the crux. The more positive we be the more we can excel.
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