“I want to do what is good, but I don’t. I don’t want to do what is wrong, but I do it anyway” (Romans 7:19 NLT). People like instant gratification, taking the path of least resistance, and neglect mastering thyself by becoming the best versions of themselves. Ruling yourself makes you more powerful than a king. It’s been said that the price of discipline or neglect is pennies versus a fortune. Unfortunately, people allow fear, stinking thinking, and external obstacles stand in their way to greatness. The act of omission is vastly worse than the act of commission. How about raising your standards, while doing what should or needs to be done, today?

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