Walk your talk…
In today’s world of social media, you can share your every activity with the world on Facebook, post photos of your meals on a host of public sites like Instagram, and even broadcast your workout routines and progress for all to see on MyFitnessPal and other aps.
What is weird to me is that we all want to look and see!
I mean, really, I love my friends and family, but I could really care less what their gourmet healthy salad looks like, or that they are… whatever their current Facebook status is!
It seems our lives have become broadcast material for all to see. In some ways, I feel this is a good thing. Leading a transparent life is a Spiritual principle and helps us to be accountable for our actions and deeds.
However, with the ability of social media to show our lives to others instantly, we now must be aware that we live in a fishbowl and others can see our actions and measure them against our words.
Now more than ever, it’s important for us to walk our talk!..
How’s this working out for you?.. Check your experience…
“As we go through the day we pause, when agitated or doubtful, and ask for the right thought or action.” Big Book pg 87.
Lord, let us live transparently through seeking Your will for us daily, AMEN.
“You can’t keep your true self hidden forever; before long you’ll be exposed. You can’t hide behind a religious mask forever; sooner or later the mask will slip and your true face will be known. You can’t whisper one thing in private and preach the opposite in public;” Luke 12:3
Have a blessed day y’all!
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