Today I embrace my Hero’s Journey. Last week I wrote about becoming desired future self. I become my desired future self by embracing my Hero’s Journey, moving forward one day at a time.
I know there are going to be zig zags, stopping, going backwards, but I relentlessly strive to keep moving forward each day on my Hero’s Journey.
Here is my one sentence DMP.
I effectively and enthusiastically empower thousands of individuals to become their desired future selves, one person at a time, starting today with myself.
I must empower me to become my desired future self before empowering others to become their desired future selves.
Starting today, I start to run towards my desired future self.
For many years, I have been running away from my desired future self by playing many self-limiting games. I have become a master game player. I have been afraid to become my desired future self because that is scary with more important responsibilities not only to others but more critically to myself. I would be pushing myself to be constantly outside of my comfort zone which I would learn to enjoy and thrive being there.
For many years, I have asked The Blessed Trinity to help me be the best person that They Created me to be.
Today I start to run towards my desired future self. This is what The Blessed Trinity wants me to do and will be there to help me every step of the way on my marathon run.
The time is now to start becoming the future me, striving all the time to serve The Blessed Trinity by serving others and striving all the time to give glory to The Blessed Trinity with my life.
I love The Blessed Trinity.
I love me.
Thank you, Davene and Mark.
Today is Thanksgiving.
I am so grateful to The Blessed Trinity for Their Deep Love of me. They Love me so deeply always with no strings attached despite my sinfulness. They Love me in so many different ways all the time.
Thank you Blessed Trinity.
I love you.
Today I start to make changes in my life.
I wish my adult son would make certain changes in his life, but I know what his response would be if I asked him to change. He would say, “Dad, what right do you have to ask me to change my life, when you are not willing to make changes in your life first.” He would be so true in saying that.
I cannot ask others to change when I am not willing to first change myself. I can show my son and others without saying that I have changed so they can change as well.
I like to look at sports websites and conservative thought websites too much. I spend too much time watching television each day – watching sports talk shows, old movies, and Fox News Shows, and Fox Business News Shows.
Starting today, I will only look online at nfl.com and townhall.com each day. Starting today, I will watch only one hour of television each day.
Starting today, I write my weekly blog on Sunday moving forward. Starting today, I will respond to at least five blogs on the Blog Roll each day. Starting today, I will make at least five entries in the Alliance Area. I will also complete the weekly survey on a more timely basis.
I do this first of me, but also to show others that they can change as well.
I have built up over my life so much cement and have left my old Blueprint control my life too much.
As a result, I have decided that my Master Key Journey needs help to remove that cement once and for all and put my new Blueprint in charge.
I have decided to enter professional counseling to partner with my Master Key Journey so I can become the best person The Blessed Trinity has created me to be.
In this past Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus asks the blind man, “What do you want me to do for you?”
The blind man replied to Jesus, “Master I want to see.”
Jesus gave him his sight.
If Jesus would ask me that same question, I would ask Him to make me the best person He Has Created me to be. I have wanted to be that person for many years.
He would reply, “But John, you are already the best person that I have created you to be. You have run away from being that person. You have been afraid to embrace being the best person that I have created you to be.”
Today I stop running from being that person and embrace being the best person that Jesus has created me to be.
Jesus, thank you.