Stories about resolutions for the year abound these days, and most of these goals are doomed to failure.
But what if we didn’t look at resolutions, but instead at a life goal? A big picture life goal? One that is not that difficult to implement?
Live the highest vision of what is possible.
That, to me, is a worthwhile life goal and one that we can create–and re-create–every day.
Recently, I’ve been lucky enough to see people living the highest vision of what’s possible. Circumstances asked them to rise to the occasion and they did.
Although I’m often let down by people who purport to be super-religious, that wasn’t the case at all in this situation, where these folks lived their Christian faith.
Living the highest vision of what’s possible requires only one thing: some thought. Thought before action. Here’s the question to guide that thought:
Does what I’m about to say or do reflect my highest vision of myself?
I love this reminder and am keeping it close in 2016.