You may initially relate this word to thoughts of doubt or defeat. However, this week I invite you to consider a new context for this word: unlock an innate reserve of passion and enthusiasm. This week… let go unto yourself.
I’ve recognized that the only potential for my students to LIVE the word of the week, is to believe in it… to take a true inventory of themselves, and chose to meditate and absorb. This week… more patience, please.
We all slip up sometimes… no one is perfect. But by keeping words and actions in constant check, you will always know what to say, or how you to behave. Consistent behaviour builds the story of your life; painting a picture of your character. Who are you, really?
Dignity is listening to your moral compass, your golden rule, your inner voice. Remember, if you’re comfortable with your personal choices, it is always possible to move with dignity, even if those around you disagree with you.
The only TRUE commitment is within yourself; in your heart and your mind. The commitment to be ccompletely honest and committed to another person… cannot be entirely solidified with a piece of paper – or a vow in the presence of friends and family.