Updated: Nov 19, 2022
The thing is, do we commit to finishing? Do we commit to actually giving our entire life to that which we believe in? Are we comfortable Christians or religious worshipers?
These questions have lead me to understand that I can be more conscious and devout in my actions as a Christian not just in my worship of God. That I need to commit and not only that be all-in to my everything.
I realized that I don’t like to commit because it eliminates the possibilities of countless other options I may want.
I have come to find for myself that this isn’t the case.
Committing means that you can dedicate and then flourish for life is a web of intricate connections that all lead to one great big whole. I believe the center and great whole is God.
Commitment can cause great benefits in your life
You are more structured, balanced, and at peace: You find that once you commit you belong, you find you have a purpose, and that you are a part of society. You find you don’t need to keep searching for the best and that you have committed to doing your best and that is what really makes life fulfilling.
You are better at finishing: You find that you have greater capacity to finish what you start. You are able to say no better and you are able to focus more on the things that really matter to you. This encourages your happiness and attitude on the greater whole and your life is more fulfilling.
Life lessons are learned well: You will find that as you commit you will quickly find out what you don’t want and what isn’t meant to be a part of your life. You will find that coercion and manipulation are just tactics and are no way to live. You will find your character grows and that you are someone that can be trusted and someone who will stand by the word. These are invaluable traits to any lasting relationship either professionally or privately.
Which one of these do you want to try out? How do you feel about commitment? Please share in the comments below!