To Be or Not to Be? Nah! Just kidding… lol
The most powerful questions to ask are to ourselves in the sense of self-reflection. I am a big proponent, advocate, whatever you want to call it of self-reflection. Why? Good Question! Because this is how I check myself on what and why I say and do what I do that is out of character or unChristian-like.
Those questions often times surface as: Why did I react that way? Why did this person frustrate me? What is it about this person/situation that disturbs me? Why do I keep falling into this trap? What am I seeing in this person that’s really a flaw I see in myself? Why do certain things trigger certain emotions?
Now, if we’re honest, those questions coming from someone else might cause us to be a bit defensive, so who better to ask than you of your self.
Take time to reflect at the end of the day with these and other questions. That’s where our growth lies. That’s where we find if we’re walking in alignment with the… (time) fruits of the spirit (of God) or of the world.
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