Sunday, 10 Feb 2019
- The ownership of relationships
Owning your bonds accepts the responsibility of the connection, no matter who or what it is.
Most of the time, our ties to ownership are defined by importance:
- High importance: “all in”
- Medium importance: “half in”
- Low importance: “barely in”
- No importance: “out all together”
Freewill gives choices in our priorities.
When there is trouble bonding to our responsibilities, our priorities incorporate laziness into daily routines as much as possible. Example: We procrastinate in nurturing our relationships and goals by saying, “I’ll do it tomorrow”, much too often.
- Do I nurture my responsibility to my connections to others?
- Do I nurture my responsibility to my connections to goals and priorities?
Challenge: Only a reflection: We can do anything, but we shouldn’t do everything. We can say anything, but not all words should be used. We can own ourselves, but we should never own someone else (make them the ‘victim(s)’ of our goals and priorities).