It’s Not What You Do It’s How You Do It It’s Not What You See, It’s All In Your Perception It’s What You Do With All You Got And Venture Out In the Great Opportunity Known As Life-One From the Hart
Most of us get up everyday & view our lives as problematic. Our way of coping with life, the people in it is a fixed focus fueled by anxiety, assumptions, fear, & our ego.
Most of us take an adversarial stance towards life. Our energies are dedicated to avoiding rejection, avoiding newness, avoiding strangers, avoiding conversation, avoiding problems.
All of us have a life to to live up to this is said beautifully in Jeremiah 29:11. I suggest you look it up. In order to live the life we are to live up to; the word UP being the operative word we need to be able to endure & have available endurance to cope & make it through the struggles & challenges of life. The endurance of having clear thought, the endurance of wellness; a body that has been respected & maintained, & the endurance of heart-conscience.
Endurance give us the energies to advance our lives, to venture out into the newness of life and by stepping out into the newness of our individual lives we are tested, we are strengthened, we are moved out of our old afraid, comfortable, & lazy self to someone who is gathering new knowledge, new purpose, new confidence to extend one’s self into further years of living the Purposeful-Up Life. James 1:4 Let endurance have its perfect effect, so you are complete & not deficient in anything.
And so all of us are on this incredible journey known as life; some of us are aware of it others numbed out in drugs, in booze, in sex, & our own denial. Life moves on, life changes, & unless you are alertly in touch with each day & unless you are Upright in your approach to life you will be swept away by all of its chaotic distractions. Man/Women’s value before God is estimated by the disposition of their heart, the degree of uprightness, the depth of good will & charity towards others, and personal clarity of who they are-One From the Hart
Uprightness evolves in us. if we allow it. As we let go of our childish thinking, our childish ways of reacting to life, we can become an upright adult. But as long as we hold onto the childish ways of approaching life we can not be empowered by living the Upright man or women we potentially can be. Uprightness means to steady one’s self; have goals & desired outcomes & be committed to them. Uprightness is progress, having positive posture in the thick of dealing with resistance-adversity. With upright it is sincerity; the refusal to bend, break, or quit with things are not going your way-One From the Hart