Sunday, June 02, 2024

What Matters To You?





I live true to myself.

I honor what I know to be highest and best for me.

I live with integrity all that I value.

I am fully responsible for the choices I make with wisdom and conscience.

What Matters to You?

What is important to you?

What is top priority?

What do you value the most in your life?

When we know what is important to us, we will align our life choices to support out values.

When people forget or neglect what they say they value, their lives are out of alignment.

When not in alignment, there is no focus, north star, sense of direction or purpose.

When off balance or not living our “true” values, we do not feel secure or safe.

There may be self doubt, lack of confidence, anxiety, vulnerability, frustration and upset.

When looking for what is important to us, we stay connected and attuned to our own truth.

When we have a principle-centered life, we are more present and purposeful with our choices.

When we are true to ourselves, because we know our values and goals and priorities, we are content.

We feel confident, secure, trusting, strong, and generally at peace and able to handle difficulties.

Life is a powerful teacher.

What we learn from life is how to manage ourselves and our choices.

Our emotions show us where we have been forgetful or neglectful of our path and purpose.

When we are calm and capable of handling whatever comes our way, we are on the right track.

When irritated or upset, stop and ask yourself, “What really matters right now?”

When we are hurt and frightened, we can ask. “What is important to me right now?”

When we are lost and confused, we need to ask. “What is valuable to me right now?”

There is a place in use that can respond with integrity when we are willing to sincerely ask.

When we find our inner sanctum, quiet place within, we know we have our own guidance system.

When we are willing to let go of outer distraction and conflicted thinking, we have inner knowing.

When we stop the insanity of limiting beliefs and fear-based reactions, we have our own “truth”.

Some call this conscience or inner guidance or the Voice Within or Higher Self.

We can undo dysfunctional habits of reactive thinking and choose a higher way.

We can forgive our easy distractions and reliance on historical preferences and choose wisely.

We can release what is questionable advice from those who do not know and choose for ourselves.

We can seek our own truths, principles and values to live by daily in all circumstances.

Life has innumerable answers to every question.

People have their own advice about every problem.

Books give us a myriad of paths and solutions to follow.

We find peace when we live in alignment with our own highest truths.

Make your own conscious list of principles to hold yourself accountable.

Be clear with yourself about the guidelines you choose to follow.

Give yourself time to review and edit periodically.

Evaluate daily activities and choices to ensure you are supporting your principles, values and guidelines.

Life is a reflection of what matters to us.

Loving us all for choosing with conscientious conscience!

Betty Lue

Be Respectful.

Be Responsible.

Be Cooperative.

Create a Better World for All.