Is your life busy, perhaps too busy?
Are you running around constantly finding that you are exhausted by the end of the day?
In day to day life I’ve learned to look closely more often.
If I could give advice which is garnished from this journey I’m on I would tell other people to stop living a busy existence. I would urge them to slow down, check their motivation, to realize their true self, to nurture their potential and take time to plug in to their spirituality.
Living this journey on a spiritual plane is liberating, the feeling of being centered in God creates a true confidence in my choices and how I perform the tasks of daily living.
It allows me to look closely at the things and people around me and see the richnes and beauty among the challenges.
1 Corinthians 3:18-21
No one should deceive himself. If anyone among you thinks he is wise in this age, he must become foolish so that he can become wise. For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God, since it is written: He catches the wise in their craftiness and again, The Lord knows the reasonings of the wise, that they are futile. So no one should boast in men, for all things are yours:
AA Twelve and Twelve pg 114
As we grow spiritually, we find that our old attitudes toward our instinctual drives need to undergo drastic revisions. Our demands for emotional security and wealth, for personal prestige and power all have to be tempered and redirected. We learn that the full satisfaction of these or we shall be pulled backward into disillusionment. But when we are willing to place spiritual growth first — then and only then do we have a real chance to grow in healthy awareness and mature love.