Mark 8:36 – What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul?
Well, what good is it? Regardless of your religious beliefs or background, I’m confident that you’ve heard this verse before. It asks a poignant question that’s certainly deserves an answer.
I was 13 years old when I first heard it. I remember sitting Indian style near a campfire during one of my many “Youth for Christ” excursions. Youth for Christ served as a refuge for young people like myself who didn’t necessarily have a clear direction in life. I can honestly say that I never understood what that verse meant until now.
As you work toward your must outcomes during the execution of your 100 day plan, it’s imperative that you not only focus on your mind and your body but also your soul. Don’t worry, I’m not going to get all religious on you. However, I do believe that you should at the very least have a daily conversation with that higher power; whoever or whatever that may be.
The conversation is a start, what you say is even more important. One thing I’ve learned in my lifetime, through countless personal and eye-witnessed examples, is the reality of divine intervention. No one who has experienced success at any level got there solely on their own merit; spiritual or otherwise, we’ve all received help on some level.
You will reach your must outcomes but only if you acknowledge and pay homage to the one who is actually driving the vehicle. In order to be a better you after these 100 Days, you must view your plan in such a way that you take a wholistic and holistic approach; thats how it was designed.
You can work on your mind, you can work on your body but please don’t neglect your spirit.
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