To Live strictly by Morals and Values is to Live a flawed Life. Don’t get me wrong, it’s good to have Morals and Values. But, we tend to believe there is some great Moral code, which is universal and applies to everyone. The problem with this is not everyone shares the same Morals and Values. They are relative terms, decided by the common beliefs which are native to the region or society we were raised around. Continue reading “Are Morals and Values flawed?”
I was talking with a brother of mine the other day, and a thought came out of my mouth I had never had before, “I use to be envious when I would see all the pictures of you guys out at all those events or showing off the new bikes”. This in itself was not at all surprising, what I said next was eye-opening. “But now, I look at what you are accomplishing and instead of envy I feel inspired.” This was a revelation for me. I realized at that moment that the constant work I have done with living by spiritual principles may actually be paying off. What was once a defect of my character – envy – has begun to change into inspiration. Continue reading “I’m inspired by that which use to make me envious.”
“The Journey is my Destination”. I first heard this statement from an old mentor of mine. It stuck with me then and made a small impact on how I began to see my days. But, as I have journeyed through the past 20 months. The meaning behind this statement has deepened within me.
When I began working on this mediation series, I had no idea how much the preliminary research would impact me. I have already began to see the changes in myself, since I began this journey. And though I have been through the 12 Steps of a recovery program, a few times. Each time I dive into them, a new part of me seems to be awaken. Of course, that is part of the purpose. Continue reading “The Journey is my Destination!”