How I found purpose in my family’s regret. – part 3

Our Plan for the Future.

Having found our shared purpose, as well as our shared skepticism. As mentioned in the previous two parts (If you haven’t read part 1 yet, click here. If you just missed part 2, then click here). We have to have a plan in place. A plan to feed our dream not our doubt.

Yung Pueblo Quote, "I cannot make you happy, but I can commit to support you in the creation of your own Happiness."

It’s going to be through watching us, as we go through our Journey. And holding us accountable, when needed, that we will know that we have fulfilled our shared purpose and ambition.

The 12 Steps to identify the Principles and define Our Journey in this unified life’s purpose.

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What we measure we grow!

What we measure we grow.

What that means is, How we end today will define how we start tomorrow, Click To Tweet

What we measure grows
How we end today will define how we start tomorrow!

My nightly routine is fundamental but consistent. At the end of the night, I sit down, I grab my journal, and I write, and I answer three basic questions:

  1. What went right?
  2. What didn’t go right?
  3. What am I most grateful for today?

I have to remember the routines that it takes for me to stay clean on a regular basis.

As we begin to learn to inventory our lives, we find the routines that we never knew we had that fed our addictions, our depressions, our anxieties. We see that during those moments, we were on autopilot. As we focused on our depression, our depression deepened. As soon as we become consumed by our anxiety or the hunger to feel different, our compulsions and obsessions grow. Continue reading “What we measure we grow!”

Sick and Tired of being Sick and Tired

No matter what we’re sick and tired of,

We don’t have to continue being sick and tired. There is a process capable of igniting change in our lives. The irony is that as soon as we make the decision to begin the 12 step process, we realize our fears of change, where groundless. This process offers a gentle program of change, one step at a time. No single step is so frightening that we can’t work it, by its self. As we apply the steps to our lives, we experience a change that frees us.

This whole time I’m sitting here thinking, it took a whole lot of sickness and a whole lot of being tired to get me back into this process of self-awareness and spiritual awakening. I think the reason was that my ego has allowed me to have a high mental/emotional pain tolerance. Continue reading “Sick and Tired of being Sick and Tired”