At the end of busy day, time to relax under the shade tree.
I will stop: Procrastinating.
I will: Do the work. I will write.
I will stop: Thinking I have to be productive every miute.
I will: Learn to rest.
I will stop: Complaining.
I will: Be more thankful.
I will stop: Taking my family and friends for granted.
I will: Love and appreciate them for who they are.
I will stop: Unhealthy habits.
I will: Eat what I know to be right. Exercise at least 3x a week.
I will stop: Being so busy.
I will: Be present in the moment to discover the beauty therein.
I will stop: Being hedonistic.
I will: Be more God-centered.
I will stop: Not seeing people.
I will: Look more closely and be in tune with who is there. I will notice the details.
I will stop: Talking so much.
I will: Listen.
What makes me come alive?
Discover their life has eternal significance,
Realize abundance lies within their purpose,
See, really see, that life is more than what we see.
I resolve: To live in the present as if eternity is just around the corner.
Come Alive,#Trust30 Day 6: Life wastes itself while we are preparing to live. – Ralph Waldo Emerson. If you had one week left to live, would you still be doing what you’re doing now? In what areas of your life are you preparing to live? Take them off your To Do list and add them to a To Stop list. Resolve to only do what makes you come alive. Bonus: How can your goals improve the present and not keep you in a perpetual “always something better” spiral? (Author: Jonathan Mead)