Wisdom Through Our Guiding Principles

Indeed, I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord. For his sake I have suffered the loss of all things and count them as rubbish, in order that I may gain Christ ~ Phillippians 3:8, ESV ~ Growing spiritually mindful helps us come to know and understand who we are … Continue reading Wisdom Through Our Guiding Principles

Discovering your guiding principle

We mean well with our New Year's resolutions, but the breaking of them is as much an annual tradition as establishing them in the first place. New Year's resolutions ... rarely become a significant part of our life.  ~ Debra Farrington ~ Living Faith Day by Day How the Sacred Rules of Monastic Tradition Can … Continue reading Discovering your guiding principle

Actions reflect our personal beliefs and values

But whoever has doubts is condemned ... For whatever does not proceed from faith is sin.  ~ Romans 14:23 ESV ~ Recovery helps us rediscovery our own personal values. These values become our reflection of what we believe. They help us live a true, authentic, and practical life. This is not only demonstrated by our … Continue reading Actions reflect our personal beliefs and values

Daily choices reflect my recovery

By small and simple things are great things brought to pass.  ~ Alma 37:8 ~ I met a gentleman a few months ago. We both were taking public transportation and we engaged in an interesting conversation. The main take away of this conversation focused on his personal belief around choices. I recall him saying, "Decisions, … Continue reading Daily choices reflect my recovery

Premise Three: Having a vision to move forward

In the last three articles, we explored the following: Human authenticity and conscious living; Premise One: Authenticity is essential to the human experience; And, Premise Two: Emotional intelligence and our human experience. In this third installment, the discussion focuses on having a vision in order to move forward. Vision gives us a sense of direction. … Continue reading Premise Three: Having a vision to move forward