Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Mission Minded


Deal with yourself as an individual worthy of respect and make everyone else deal with you the same way. -- Nikki Giovanni
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Many of us live day to day without a sense of purpose. We want more out of life, but we can't seem to put a finger on exactly what it is. We believe our fate is due to lack of career, money or the freedom to do what we want. Actually, what we may be longing for is a personal mission. When you have a mission, you have a core passion that gives you vision. With the vision of your mission, you move gracefully through your goals. When you have a mission, you wholeheartedly embrace a task and you remain focused until the task is done. When you have a mission, you feel valued, worthy and respectable. You manage to keep your head up and others notice you. What is your mission? Is it teaching, healing, painting, driving? Perhaps it is building snowmen, counting pea pods or keeping others on their mission. Respect your life enough to pursue a meaningful mission. Respect yourself enough to give yourself something to do. Be mission minded and focus on a goal.

1 comment:

Betty said...

What a marvelous revelation,
and confirmation to the
question that I have been
asking myself lately!I have
been talking to God a lot
about what it is that I
want to do with the rest
of my life. You have made
it so clear to me that
I have to have a clear-cut
recognizable mission. As
we go through life we
probably change our mission
several times until we come
to the point where we truly
learn who we are and what
it is we are truly meant
to be doing.I think that
I have been focusing on
too many goals at one time.
Thank you for your ANOINTED INSIGHT!