Sometimes we stop everything we are doing to talk about what’s wrong with everything we are doing. You’ll notice, that while evaluation is good, rarely does it change the circumstances.
What changes the circumstances is making willful, conscious choices in the right direction. What improves and empowers our life is surrendering to God’s ways of doing life. Love God. Love your neighbor. Love yourself. Love your enemy.
These are not analyses. These are action items.
Francis of Assisi said, “Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”
For me today, that means my Doing what’s Necessary— my confession and forgiveness. I have business in my heart that needs tending to. No amount of talking about it is going to substitute the act of it.
Then when I have done what’s necessary, forgiving myself and others, I can do what’s Possible—loving again.
And suddenly, I am doing the Impossible — moving out of my self-centered drama and into God’s life, His work, His heart.
So what are you waiting for? What’s the first necessary thing you need to start?