Socrates once said, “An unexamined
life is not worth living.” An unexamined life will never reach
its full potential because faults will not be seen and adjustments not
made. Throughout the scriptures persons are called to examine
their current state for improvement. When persons are challenged
to improve their quality of life it is often thought of as improvement
in the material possession owned, but true quality enchantment is
development. Practices of the following will, without doubt, enhance
1. Work on
your most obvious fault. Luke 6:41
2. Own your
feelings. Proverbs 25:28
3. Stop blaming
others for your actions or reactions.
4. Do not
act on all of your thoughts.
your pass appropriately. Phil. 3:13
Learn from it
Live in it – will keep you back
your friends/ associates. Proverbs 22:24
disappointments – but manage them.
8. Do not
live in the cesspool of negative emotions. Pro. 17:22
10. Be forgiving
association with those who find joy in talking about
negatively about others. Proverbs 17:9; 16:28
13. Do not
take on the offenses or negative emotions of others.
Pro. 12:25; 14:30
in a wholesome recreation.
your heart against offenses. Proverbs 4:23; 15:13
16. Set boundaries
for others to interact with you.
17. Keep yourself
About the Author: Cedrick
family/marriage counselor, motivational speaker and writer, who equips
people to establish and
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