On Your Team

Them or you.

You or them. 

It doesn’t have to be this way, but usually is.

If that is the case, understanding who is really “you” is the only thing that matters.

Do It or Don’t

If the answer is not 100% yes, then obviously it is no. The right answer is always right. The wrong answer is always wrong. Yet, our desires often get in the way of seeing what is right or what is wrong. If we can set aside our wants, align our passions and values and principles with the possible outcomes, then finding the right become so much easier. 


Ego Is The Offender

When we get offended, ego is the culprit. 

Ego hides behind the false idea that what we think and feel is more important than truth. 

Ego lies and tells us that our emotions dictate our feelings and responses. 

Ego is full of righteous victimhood. 

Getting offended, or feeling oppressed, or feeling wronged has nothing to do with what has actually happened, since the past doesn’t exist anymore, it is not real… the only thing that actually matters, or is actually true is how we decide to respond to those events.

The best way to respond is always to move past (ignore) our ego, and then, when things calm down, we can review everything with awareness and a calm heart.