As I share my reflections with you each week on early Sunday Mornings before I head out to the best house on the street to meet; The Good Lord’s House. I hope to share some things with you that will help you have a better week next week.
Sunday Mornins is my time with you to encourage you to reflect on your past week and analyze it,to learn from it, and to better plan for your upcoming week of work, life, play.
WARNING: this is the weekend and My personal beliefs are expressed in this post. M-F is about business and stem from the principles that I hold dear. Saturday’s; free flow. Sunday’s are dedicated to my Lord and Savior whom I wish to please to the best of my ability. I am not perfect; but thank God I am forgiven.
Absorb and release- change-improve, move more efficiently to accomplish more this week than you expected from yourself last week. As you grow towards your goals this week coming, think back to the week you just finished. Name 3 things that come to your mind right off the bat. Write them down in your journal.
Take time to reflect on your past weeks daily activities from work to play. Do it every week so you can keep trotting ahead like a champion.
Reflecting to projecting. That’s the way to make your life stronger, wiser, and to have a clearer site for your path ahead by breaking it down to one week at a time.
This weeks Sunday morning Reflections with: E. Michelle Lee/ subject:”Adjust your focus, change your perception, you live life as you see it”.
Adjusting your focus for each shot in life requires some precise tuning that requires your constant and never ceasing changes.
As I reflect back on this past week in search of solutions to use for the week to come; I think of all the times I looked at situations and just wanted to walk away. Realizing that if I walked away after investing so much of my time and efforts I would not learn anything or gain anything from efforts spent; I made myself zip it and re-focus the way I was seeing it unfold.
For you see, if we are not seeing clearly we may make the wrong decisions based solely on what we do see. And sometimes, frankly, we may be seeing it all wrong and therefore miss out on something good.
Check out this weeks Exception To The Rules Song of the WEEK: “Change Somebody’s Life”, by a couple high school kids
Mark 8 verses 22-25
The parable of the blind man who seen men as trees after Jesus touched him the first time–
King James Version (KJV)
22 And he cometh to Bethsaida; and they bring a blind man unto him, and besought him to touch him.
23 And he took the blind man by the hand, and led him out of the town; and when he had spit on his eyes, and put his hands upon him, he asked him if he saw ought.
24 And he looked up, and said, I see men as trees, walking.
25 After that he put his hands again upon his eyes, and made him look up: and he was restored, and saw every man clearly.
Notice that Jesus had to re-adjust this man’s focus again in order for him to see life as it really was. As He wanted him to see life with all the possibilities and not just the perceptions the blind man had come to believe in his mind prior to being able to see. Sometimes, we ourselves, only see what we have imagined to be the reality of our situation. But when we re-focus our preconceived ideas about any situation we can look past those negatives and schemas we have developed and see things with a different perspective that will allow us to obtain our goals and produce fruit from our labor.
Have a blessed week and remember that your litmus test for living a better life and being more prosperous from your efforts is to take a second look and refocus your perspective so that you can achieve your desired goals.
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