The Right View

On pamarilinge 124, deep into a book that finished my 2015 reading plan, I find the secret to a better life. It reads, “We need to refuse to enter into an antagonistic relationship with ourselves. Quit blaming ourselves and being victimized, and take responsible steps to remove the victim….This is only useful to momentarily indicate when we may have violated our own moral codes.”  So, why am I the first one to disregard myself, my value and my worth?  And, how does this thinking affect my ability to live with others?… or even impact others in my same career.

The St Francis Prayer says, “Let it begin with me.” When I carry the weight of the “should” and “can’t”, I have got to go back to the view I have of myself. What are my values and my passions?  Am I valuing myself as a productive and even disruptive contributor in my career?  If the answer is not yes, I have to find out why not.

The view we have of ourselves, guilds and carves the path.  Whether that is to the right, left, into good relationships and away from.  Over the month of January, I will lay out a few ideas that can help us get and keep the right view of self. It will surely help to lead my life in the right direction.

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