Learning from Actions

Ultimately we always do what we think we want to do. This is a good thing, as it keeps us honest. We can always look at our actions to discover what we think is important. It’s so easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of life, in all of the things we think we must do. We fool ourselves by pushing forward without stopping for a moment to see where we’re headed.


By examining our actions, we can take this information to see if what we think is important matches up to what we feel is important. Then we can make adjustments to our thinking, and thus actions, as necessary.

Take some time this week to look at your actions. Are you doing what you really feel is important with your time, life, and mind?



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