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Today, we’re on Day 22 of the Association for Global New Thought (AGNT) Season for NonViolence (SNV). Today, we ask ourselves, “[W]hat do I stand for? What is my mission?” If you have a personal journal, consider writing to yourself today about your mission, that focus that is most important in your life. If you haven’t thought about this much before, start with this question: “[W]hat matters?” Write about the topics that are most important to you. What issues have been up for you? What aspects of life trouble your heart? Today we invite ourselves to notice what seems most important and to point more of our activities there. While you are writing, ask yourself what you have been spending time on, and notice if some of these activities now fail to appeal, as you think about focusing on a mission.
Here is AGNT’s meditation for Day 22:
DAY 22 Feb. 20: The thought for today is MISSION. “My life is my message” said Gandhi. Gandhi’s mission was to be nonviolent. What do you want to stand for in your life? Do you know your life’s mission?
Today: I will write down what I stand for in my life. I will note at least one way I can show, through action, that I stand for my beliefs. I will develop a personal mission statement and draw a picture of myself living my mission. I will share my mission with at least three other people.
● Kebba Buckley Button is a minister and the award-winning author of the 2012 book, Peace Within: Your Peaceful Inner Core (http://tinyurl.com/abd47jr), and Discover The Secret Energized You (http://tinyurl.com/b44v3br). She also has a natural healing and stress management practice and is a celebrated public speaker.
● This blog, Peaceful People, is the new home for Rev. Kebba’s articles and movie reviews about the SNV, nonviolence, peace within, and cultivating peace. Until 2/19/13, her SNV posts and peace movie reviews were at http://kebbabutton.wordpress.com, under the banner of UpBeat Living. Please enjoy those as time allows.
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