He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good;
and what doth the Lord require of thee,
but to do justly, and to love mercy,
and to walk humbly with thy God?
–Micah 6:8 (King James Version)
Alongside our relationship reconciliation, there is another salient accounting we must also reconcile: our service. Accordingly, did the philanthropy we inspired, the gratitude we expressed, and the selflessness we extended outweigh or equal our sins? Or, did we receive more than give? Did we overextend our demands or ‘look the other way’ just one too many times to those in need?
If your (moral) balance sheet is in the red, what steps would you be willing to do to bring it back to the black?
If your (moral) balance sheet is in the black, what steps would you be willing to do to inspire others to the same?
Infinite Potentiality Theory (IPT) encourages the individual’s highest achievement of ultimate freedom (UF) of and from the self through a realization of his infinite creative potentiality (ICP). By focusing on realizing his creativity, he inhabits the space of other in absolute objectvity through creative action. In the pure state of action – of meaningfully positive creating – he becomes free and in turn, occupies a leveraged position of and for the other.
From this position, he is free.
From this position, he can be for other.
From this position, he can do justly.
From this position, he can be love.
From this position, he can inspire humbled gratitude with every step.
And so, dear reader, as you move forward to 2015, what will be your first steps? May they be blessed, inspired, and inspiring…