A score keeping of sort, a reaching of levels in the process of self-expansion, and once reached, more should be set in place, or else limitation sets in to confine one into a space/time and place of comfortability, unable to maximize on one’s utmost potential, and even then, there’s more to be done.
A point of fun if you have them, but if you don’t, frivolousness is the play, as it seems to be, walking our days with no set direction and when asked the question; “What is your goals” a blankness comes up, to being frustrated and angry at the one asking the question (as I have experienced), and excuse it in saying, ‘I’m taking it as it comes’, which doesn’t always work out, but work in conjunction with the perceived fun of doing what I want to do, then restate the question back to them, stating “What about you”, that suppresses the point one is trying to make, or lesson to be learned and taken into consideration to change our ways, no matter who’s asking the question, it should be heeded as a point to start taking direction, (if you haven’t already).
A step towards having a directive point of You, something that I can do and see for me, by my own direction and you for you, where in actuality it’s an attainment, of training oneself to keep breaking through the barriers we’ve place on ourselves, of giving up or giving in when it seem to take a long time to get to where we’re heading, because of the perceive idea that goals are something far off, out there somewhere, like the government or education system, that should be here with us, in governing and educating ourselves – the ability to reach our goals.
Truth be told, we all follow until we know better, but for some of us, still choose to follow because ‘it’s just feels better that way’, and so become a copy of the goalie that came before us, i.e. our parents/mentors, that leave a sore taste in our mouths when seeing others in our world expanding and we’re not, never asking the question, ‘how did you achieve that’, that would probably be met with an openness and respect from the one you’ve asked the question to, that wanted to say something, but didn’t know how you would take it, and so waited to be asked, a good friend that is.
Lol, interesting how you learn a lot when you don’t have nothing/broke/poor, that you once had now gone temporarily for you to learn something, but only after taking / accepting responsibility for one’s own self-positioning placement at any given point in time, that takes time to walk through, and goals set at different point to get to, through and throughout the process you’re walking, in rebuilding a house built on solid rock, a solid foundation of self-trust and self-honesty, that takes perseverance and consistency, to pull off the accumulated layer of self-sabotage and self-compromise in our relationship to other and the time it took us to build it.
A lifetime of inconsistency, in consistent with a reality that was not best for me, and so not best for all, that I failed to set goals for, thinking time will just roll over and be the cure to everything, but didn’t realize how it would be the cure to me seeing myself in freeze frame moment of disowning my own life for a moment of plagiarism, in playing with somebody else’s ideas and making it my own, simply put, it was never my own goals.
A bold point of vulnerability that need to be realized by all, that all can individually set goals that’s best for all, as a collective and respectively share them with all, so all can grow/expand/develop into the utmost potential of self and this reality and aggressively get along with one another, passively and passionately, expressing our passion to life, together with all and life, that I now realize what a goal is, and for, as the ultimate Goal. Therefore;
I forgive myself that I haven’t accepted and allowed myself to see the gift and importance of setting substantial goals at different points/positions and locations in my life, in the constant self-expansion of me, on the journey to reaching my utmost potential.
I forgive myself that I haven’t accepted and allowed myself to be/become a goal keeper to substantiate my life exponentially.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to have thought, long term goals are too far off in the distance to reach, instead of reaching for the star in me, to expedite my process of getting to and living change, because of the goals I set.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to have let my goals change with the wind, whenever I get a spurt of energy to do something else that I see others are doing, making different fascist of my life incomplete, to completely giving up on the initial long-term goals I set, for the making of short bets, that only last for a moment.
I forgive myself that I haven’t accepted and allowed myself to walk through each and every moment, leading up to a long-term goal with clarity, to see clearly that what I am moving towards is the best for me and my future, but instead let myself be distracted with the fascination of rushing/chasing after a good life – accept creating one and walking into it.
I forgive myself that I haven’t accepted and allowed myself to see/realize that a goal can also be a point of reflection, in looking back at where I’ve been, to where I am now and keep moving onto the next goal, into the image of change I envision myself to be, that starts with setting goals for myself.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to adapt to the goalie mindset of my parents, (that’s all they knew) which got me to a certain point in my life, but didn’t realize until late, that I could restructure the way I can protect my goals, by remaining steadfast in the principles I live, but to simply set the goal first that’s practical and not astronomical, and to keep the promise of commitments I make.
I forgive myself that I haven’t accepted and allowed myself to see/realize that goals are also like short breaks, breaks between the past, present and future, but in the sense of break-throughs – with strength, determination and will power, to push passed the resistance of the mind and onto the next stages of process, in my progression of answering the question ‘What is a Goal’ really.
I commit myself to standing equal to and one with the goals I set and no longer accept and allow myself to give up on them, meaning to walk to, towards, through and with the goals I set, on the journey to reach my utmost potential.
Try it out for yourself.
Thanks for reading.