The adding of viruous habits and the elimination of, well, not so good habits has been, and is a worthy ambition. The adoption of virtues moves us toward eliminating "The Integrity Gap" that exists for most of us. The main gap I am talking about is the gap that exists between the world that I want to experince and the world that I seem to continually attact to me. It is a world comprised of many things the combination of which can be very confusing even chaotic.
Moving through the literature of this topic yields some very interesting strategies given by some very credible philosophers, theologians, and authors. Benjamin Franklin and Abraham Maslow are just two that I studied years ago and talked about in recent lessons. Each man took me to a higher place for which I was very grateful. Their writings and strategies, however, left me with questions and a lack of fulfillment; I knew there was something better, something--more.
My invitation to you is to join me in this message; it's my journey but it's the journey of many others as well. Perhaps this will save you some time in your path to a more contented, fulfilled life. The journey isn't supposed to be hard, my friends; in fact, it's a jouous one; we just don't recognize it most of the time. Today, we will begin looking at "Closing The Integrity Gap."
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