A healthy daily practice

Every morning I ask myself a few questions in what attorney and church reconciliation guru Ken Sande calls the S.O.G. Plan.

  • How am I feeling and acting? (practicing my own self-awareness)
  • How are others around me feeling? How am I affecting them? (practicing being other-aware)
  • What is God up to? (practicing being God-aware)

I am convinced that a critical element in letting Jesus being formed in me is daily Recognizing my emotions, Evaluating their source, Anticipating the consequences of following those emotions and then Directing them on a constructive course of action.

Lord, how me to READ myself accurately!”

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