I think this is a good place to put the archived thoughts for the week and other topics of interest.
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A healthy human being is aware of the desires of their heart and wants to do what they think they should do. (From The Moral Authenticity Project, by Mary K. Radpour)
- There are always things we know we should do but that we don’t want to do. How many of those things do we do anyway?
- What part of us knows we should do it (be kind to someone who is continually grumpy, take better care of ourselves, be patient with a child when we are in a hurry but the child isn’t…)?
- How much easier would it be if we wanted to do what we thought we should do?
- How can we get in touch with that part of us that made us know we should do it in the first place? How do we get in touch with that higher consciousness that can create the desire to do even the inconvenient right thing?
- What are examples of times when you wanted to do the right thing and then did it even in the face of opposition or danger?