Three Selfless Questions To Ask Yourself Daily
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Three Selfless Questions To Ask Yourself Daily

Asking yourself these questions after you roll out of the bed in the morning could quickly help you re-evaluate your morning mood.

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Three Selfless Questions To Ask Yourself Daily
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We all have those days when we wake up and don't feel like our normal selves. Maybe it's a Monday morning, or maybe we experienced a late-night study session.

Regardless, these days we can have the tendency to be more negative than usual or think about others less than normal. When these days occur, or even on the good days, we should strive to live with an open heart and open minds twice as hard. Asking yourself these questions after you roll out of the bed in the morning could quickly help you re-evaluate your morning mood.

Am I listening to God's voice, or am I going about my day as if I already know it all?

Proverbs 3:9 "Trust the Lord from the bottom of your heart."

In other words, don't try to figure out all of life's troubles on your own. Listen for God's guidance in your life and in everything you do.Don't assume that you know it all and try to control every aspect of your life.

Am I living today to serve, or am I living to be served?

Mark 10:45 "Whoever wants to be great must become a servant."

Whoever wants to be put first among others must be another's slave. That is what the Son of Man has done for you. He came to serve you. He did not come to be served, He gave away his own life. He made the ultimate sacrifice. Whether you are religious, still figuring things out, or not religious at all, you should always strive to put others first. Mankind as a whole normally tends to be a little selfish, but imagine how much better the world would be if everyone put others first. The world would be a much happier and loving place if we just simply changed our mindsets.

Am I living today to help others get ahead, or am I simply trying to work my way to the top?

This goes hand in hand with the last question. Philippians 2:4 "Not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others."

If you have gotten anything at all out of following Christ, if His love has made even the smallest difference in your life. If being in a Godly community means anything to you as an individual, if you have a heart, or if you even care at all, please do me and yourself a favor. Try your hardest, even towards the difficult people or on those dreaded mornings to agree to help each other.

Life is hard, everyone goes through trials of there own, and we all could use a helping hand once in a while, or better yet, daily. Do not be boastful and try to push yourself to the top of whatever the task lies before you. Instead, try putting yourself aside for once by helping others get to the top. Please forget yourself long enough to put others as number one on your list.

These questions, if asked daily, can greatly help you create a transformation in the way your mind operates when you wake up on a Monday, or any day. When these days occur, when you just don't feel like yourself, or even on the good days, try your hardest to live with an open heart and an open mind. By asking yourself these questions after you roll out of the bed in the morning, you could quickly help you re-evaluate your morning mood, and possibly your whole day.

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