What’s my motivation?

I don’t care for the pain unless pain becomes my duty!  That is, a lack of discipline is a matter of not caring for the pain.  Whereas, discipline is a matter of pain becoming a sense of duty!

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Whatchu want… the ring, that thing, or the ‘ching?

Don’t use the knowledge that you learn about someone to turn around and use it to get something from that person. Fuck the ring, the thing, or the cha-ching if you only care about getting a thing. The kinds of people who do, I call sociopaths, psychopaths, narcissists, and/or spoiled brats. Which are you?

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A MESSAGE TO YOURSELVES, ALL 8 OF YOU!

The following, I believe, are the most important and the most powerful things about the 8 parts of you:

GOD IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING SPIRITUALLY.

HIS HOLY SPIRIT IS THE MOST POWERFUL THING SPIRITUALLY.

 

CONSCIENCE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING MENTALLY.

THOUGHT IS THE MOST POWERFUL THING MENTALLY.

 

THE HEART IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING PHYSICALLY.

THE MUSCLE IS THE MOST POWERFUL THING PHYSICALLY.

 

JOY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING EMOTIONALLY.

FORGIVENESS IS THE MOST POWERFUL THING EMOTIONALLY.

 

ATTENTION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING SOCIALLY.

VOICE IS THE MOST POWERFUL THING SOCIALLY.

 

PASSION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING VOCATIONALLY.

SKILL IS THE MOST POWERFUL THING VOCATIONALLY.

 

GIVING IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING FINANCIALLY.

INCOME IS THE MOST POWERFUL THING FINANCIALLY.

 

LOVE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING SEXUALLY.

LOVE IS THE MOST POWERFUL THING SEXUALLY.

 

So, what’s your pleasure?

Help comes when in your heart you really want a change to come. Otherwise, you will fall back into whatever addiction you’re in. Simply denying your desires won’t be good enough, particularly when they lead to any type of life destroying addiction.

When you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, when things get played out, when life sends you around the same trip, you may be ready to release the stronghold that you yourself, by your own compulsions or cravings, are holding onto. Once you release, then, you can submit [James 4:4-8].

Throwing a pity party and expecting others to show mercy on you won’t help you. Do you wish to get well? When you are faced with this question, you will know if you’re serious about change or not [John 5:1-15]. What is your answer?