HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div
There’s a very important person in your life, someone you should get to know.
This person has great influence over you–more than your friends, your family, or your associates. Who is it? It’s you.
Develop the habit of spending some time alone for introspection. A few minutes a day of inward reflection will develop Your outer character. As you think about what You do, how you respond to situations, the emotions You feel, and why You feel them, You’ll get to know Yourself That knowledge will be valuable as you cope with life, especially. in crisis.
Take a few minutes at the end of the day to reflect on what you think, how you feel, and who you are. Or block off a little time during your lunch break to sit quietly and just think.
Wasted time? Hardly. It may be the most important time slot in your daily schedule.
A few minutes spent staring out the window may give you a good look into your soul.