We all make mistakes None of us are a finished product

not perfect!We all make mistakes but what is more important is to remember that the mistakes are not the problem it is our attitude and outlook that will do us in and hinder our progress. Our progress is definitely dependent upon the way we let our heart lead our lives. If you tend to get angry when you don't perform perfectly, feel guilty and inadequate, you are hindering your progress. Don't let your performance get mixed up with your identity. Because you are a Child of the most High God, which means that you are a part of His greatness and perfection, you are more than capable to reach your personal highest and best. Just like a child, we need to creep and crawl before we run and jump. Therefore, what you do to earn a living is not who you are but rather what you are. Stop struggling with your identity, your character traits. How you think about yourself will determine where you are going. If you believe you are unique and have something to offer the world, you will perform at a higher level of expectancy than if you feel inadequate and unworthy. It's time to shake off your disapproval of yourself and begin to walk in honesty and truth that you are a child of God and you can and will reach your highest in this life.

When you are positive about yourself and your talents, you are moving in the right direction. Seek guidance and support. Sometimes our performance may not be perfect but if you maintain a pure heart and strive to be better and do better as you learn and grow, you will, with time, reach your goal. Your heart, your attitude and your positive choices will always help you rise to be your best.

learning curve graphicLearn to accept the situations that you are in at the present moment. Explore what the learning lesson is for you to comprehend. Our Creator does not expect us to be perfect but He does expect us to keep trying, to be willing to move forward and to continue to accept and learn from the process that we are going through. We all make a mistake, that is part of our learning curve, but the point is not to continually make the same mistakes over and over again. Then we are being foolish!

A person who is loving and kind, compassionate and thoughtful and who lives his/her life with an open and willing heart will, with time, improve their world surroundings and live in greater peace because that individual is setting the right foundation to build a solid and fruitful existence.

Joan Marie Ambrose -- Author, Creative Writer, Motivational Speaker

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Blog Date: 
Thursday, September 3, 2015