In the last issue we spoke about accountability and holding ourselves responsible for our actions and the consequences they often bring to our lives. While this statement is truthful, it cannot stand alone if we wish to implement it into our lives. We need to understand that acceptance is just the first part of becoming accountable, but we are also required to act according to this concept of accountability. We have to take a moral inventory of our lives and find ways to mend some roadways, bridges and tunnels.
This meant that I had to see how my actions and current situation has cause harm or hurt the people I considered my loved ones. In order for me to be accountable for my actions I had to be willing to do so not just my present but my past as well. Especially when it comes to all the people that are within the small circle of people we care for and have had relationships with. These are the people who should be first to see the demonstration of our willingness to change our negative ways and become accountable for our actions and our lives.
I wrote letters to various relatives as well as past and present friends acknowledging my misdeeds and my role in that reason for our strained or dissolved relationship. I did this without a single expectation, because I understood that just because I felt like apologizing didn’t meant that others would be forgiving. A few people wrote back and I called it a victory, because my first act of accountability yielded positive responses. I felt genuinely great about myself for the first time that I could remember. I was able to fix a problem and gained support for the changes I was making in my life.
Another thing I added to my accountability was a vow to read seven chapters from the book of Psalms before I go to bed each night. This was my way of ensuring that I keep an active relationship with my Creator and Savior of my soul. It made my life feel more accountable to God.
Nonetheless, being accountable brought a new feeling and sense of awareness to my being. By being accountable I am now careful about the things I say and do. This is a very godly concept as it requires me to treat others the way I want to be treated, which meant I was learning to better adopt to the adherence of God’s will for my life. It also meant my life was getting better.
What are some actions you are willing to take as demonstration that you are accountable for your life?
Until next time, take care and God bless!
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