“When I let go of who I am, I become what I might be” – Lao Tzu
There are layers of being. Our personal world views shape our experience of life drastically. We act upon beliefs that are distilled perceptions of reality and we rely and act upon them.
In collision or quiet contemplation we might notice not our beliefs are completely correct. Often times they are correct enough operate in this complex world.
Beliefs help us easily bypass some of our own faults. I noticed yesterday a so called habit I was running that was not so productive or responsible at all, and in the root cause was a belief.
Recently I’ve seen many themes of my thoughts to revolve around responsibility. There is chance to both observe and reflect this theme. There is much work to be done internally and externally.
Responsibility is a challenging theme, because it deals on with our limited resources: time and energy. True leaders are able to optimize these resources and get the important things done. At the core responsible behavior is DOING THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS.