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"Where Is Your Devotion?" (There Are Two Kinds) #554

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Have you ever stopped to consider the quality of your devotion ... to anything?  On a one to ten scale of "Shallow-Deep," how would you rank your tendencies toward devotion ... to anything?  

Looking at the question of "To what are you devoted?" could lead to a critical evaluation becasue the object or focus of your devotion and the depth of that devotion is, arguable, the main reason as to where you are today, why you are there and how you got there.  

Devotion might be defined as "a feeling of strong love or loyalty" or "the use of time, money, energy, etc., for a particular purpose" or "prayer, worship, or other religious activities that are done in a private rather than in a religious service."  

The level of your devotion will lead to results that you can identify as short-term or long-term, feelings that range from emptiness to pure excitement, relationships that are weak or strong, and attitudes and behaviors that give meaning and purpose to life or maybe they don't.  

Today, we'll take a short excursion in the subect of devotion with the idea of experiencing more of what you want in life, not just for today, but forever.  Join me as we look at, "Where Is Your Devotioon?" (There are two kinds)  

 

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