rule of 10
This is a rule that all of us should keep in mind as we try to be in alignment with our own spiritual self. It is simply simply 10% of our thoughts and actions that are negative, and 90% of our thoughts and actions that are positive.
I’ll tell you this in all seriousness, if you are not doing the 100% positive things you want to be doing in your life, you are doing something wrong. I am not kidding. If you want to get out of debt, get a job. If you want to improve your relationships, improve your love life. If you want to be in the best shape of your life, eat right. If you want to be happy, work, play.
The problem is when we want to make it a habit to do our best, we take it for granted that all we need to do is do our best, and we never stop to consider if we’re doing that thing right. When we want to make it so that our best is always on display, we stop to consider the possibility that we’re doing that thing wrong.
As I’ve written in the past, this is usually the case with people who put their best in everything, but it’s not just that. In fact, often the best things we do are the things that don’t always feel the best. The best thing to do when you’re walking down the street and you see a homeless person is to ignore them. It’s hard.
We all know that if we were to ignore the homeless person, a cop would probably not be walking down the street and a cop would probably be walking down the street with us. If you were to ignore the homeless person, it would be very difficult for them to get out of your way. It would involve more time than you would actually make, and you would have to take care of things yourself anyways.
If you were to simply ignore the homeless person, you would still probably end up in trouble. Just look at the homeless person’s face. If you ignore the homeless person’s face, they would not be able to see you anymore. You would have to explain how you were supposed to get them out of the way and the cop would be waiting for you.
Ok, so let’s say that you are a homeless person wandering around. You have no idea what to do with yourself. You have no clue what is going on, so you just keep on wandering around. You keep wandering around. You get hungry. You stop and start walking. You stop walking. A homeless man happens by. He is friendly. He asks you what you need. You tell him you need food. He says, “I’m on the streets, I’m hungry.
The homeless man is a great analogy for the problems and pitfalls of the average Joe. He simply was not prepared to face the day.
It’s not just about the homeless man. It’s about the average Joe, and the average Joe simply is not prepared to face the day. Our first rule of 10 is that we should start a new day and not let any aspect of our life continue to consume us. We should start with the simple things first. We should do the most basic things first.
Well, maybe not. Our first rule of 10 also dictates that we should try to take care of ourselves first. We should make sure that our diet and fitness are up to date, our health is up to par, and that we are not in any way addicted to nicotine or alcohol. We should not be so focused on the problems we might have that we start getting stressed out about them. After all, we are just a bunch of people with no control over our lives.