“Becoming”: Answer Yourself This….

I hope you are feeling wonderfully affirmed about, for and in yourself.

You should be if you did the work of the past week. I know that was intense designing our own affirmations and declaring them.

If you haven’t done so yet, keep at it. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, look over the past six days of posts, you will find it, well… quite affirming (LOL).

Now it’s time for more effort…..

It’s time for you to get real. Really honest with yourself . Part of the process on our shared journey is continually asking questions. Many of these only we can answer for ourselves. 

This is one of the core aspects of our personal and shared development.

What I’m talking about is “Becoming” as a noun: ‘’the process of coming to be something or of passing into a state”. Coming to be always, “Becoming”. Growing, developing and shifting into an attitude and daily practice of always, “Becoming”.

That’s the essence behind, “Becoming Today”. 

How do I, as an individual and we as a society, focus on “Becoming” what we are truly destined to be? How do we become all we can be? How do we further enrich our lives and those of our families, friends, communities and society as a whole? 

What exactly is it we want to become today? Each and every day, becoming the best at whatever we desire, hope for, have set goals for, prayed for and how do we achieve this state? 

-Rochelle Jeanette on January 1, 2021

Now it is time for you to start answering. First we’ll look at some questions concerning our shared path and then we’ll delve inside even deeper with some personal  introspective issues.

Seeing and believing for “Becoming Today” to be a community, I realize communities are messy. How couldn’t they be? After all, a community involves people and people are messy, still it is so important to be  a vital member of a community.

Therefore I’m going to post the following queries and ask for you to respond either publicly or privately. Your participation will be priceless in ensuring the future value of this community.

  1. Can you love online?
  2. Is making a heart engagement, a soul level connection, possible in cyberspace?
  3. How can I serve others?
    • Meaning how can I better serve you? and
    • What can you do to help others?
  4. How do you feel connected?
  5. What inspires you to be connected?
  6. What prevents you from forming a connection?
  7. How do you allow others to connect with you?
  8. What does a true connection mean to you?

Take a deep breathe, recenter, refocus and here are eight more inquiries for you to delve into:

  1. Who do I want to be “Becoming Today”?
  2. Why do I want this?
  3. What will this allow me to do? Accomplish? Change? Assist? Serve?
  4. What obstacles might I face?
  5. What benefits are there for overcoming these challenges?
  6. What is stopping you from starting right now?
  7. What new belief or habit do I need to adopt to accomplish my goals?
  8. How long does it take to housebreak a puppy? 

You didn’t expect the last one, did you? Well I asked because training a puppy is about developing new habits, teaching and learning new skills and adapting.

Hmm… sounds like what we’re doing on this shared journey of “Becoming Today” doesn’t it?

BTW the answer is results vary. Depending upon the source it can take from 5-days to 8- months to train a puppy. So while individual results may vary, here’s a bonus question:

What will you accomplish in the next five days?

If you don’t believe you can accomplish something in the next five-days, why not?

Photo by AZGAN MjESHTRI on Unsplash

Taking some time to ask yourself these questions will help you achieve your goals much more quickly and efficiently. Plus you have us hereo share with, lean one, communicate with and Always Be Becoming. 

Coming together as independent individuals, sharing a planet, and intentionally setting our combined focus on becoming the strongest, most empowered God-fearing women we can be; it is vital we set these objectives, hopes and shared visions in writing, to make them truly achievable and to hold each of us and the “we” accountable.

-Rochelle Jeanette on January 1, 2021

So let’s commit to “Becoming Today”, everyday, 24 7/ 365. 

I am posting conversations six days a week, Monday through Saturday, so that we may share and become together in this year of 20/20 + 1. 

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