I think back over my own processes and wonder why I made certain choices. Or I watch others and wonder why in the world they chose certain paths.
We have those moments of inspired clarity when we see who we are and want to be, and the life we desire to live. And then real life starts happening again! What if those visions you see about yourself and your life in those flashes of lucidity were your real life?
Read the whole article. I especially like Jim’s take on “because you’re human” feelings, which should have an amount of negativity from the human experience; contrasting those with “life-sabotaging” feelings, where the negativity goes so far off course as to really look inhumanly off-kilter. We all make decisions based on the baggage we bring to the table: mistakes, successes, experiences good and bad. And sometimes we let some of those things throw us over the cliff of reality with nary a whimper… Jim goes on to write:
How do you change this? You have to transform that conversation in your head about yourself, others, life, and God.
Are you changing the conversation today? Are you asking better questions, seeking better answers, living out better actions today?