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Discipline to Success: The Spiritual Attribute

Man must evolve for all human conflict a method which rejects revenge, aggression and retaliation. The foundation of such a method is love.
Martin Luther King, Jr.

continuation from BLOG posting: spiritual development

Building Your
Spiritual Skills

End of 2-Week Evaluation

The sixth step returns you to this section of our BLOG to evaluate your progress for the last 14 days.

Spiritual development is mostly intangible. The time to notice a spiritual change takes much longer to measure. That is why you should develop the spiritual attribute last.

1) Physical, Physical Temperance, Education and Social Evaluation:

Did you achieve your physical development goal
for the last 11 or more days?

Did you achieve your physical temperance goal
for the last 11 or more days?

Did you achieve your education goal
for the last 11 or more days?

Did you achieve your social development goal
for the last 11 or more days?

Hopefully, you will answer “yes” to all four questions. If not, then you may be reverting back to your old ways. That can happen. Try to pick up where you are weakest and repeat the concepts where appropriate from the last four chapters. Your goal should be to overcome your weaknesses and shape a well-rounded character.

If you answered “yes” to all four questions, continue strengthening these four attribute goals for the next 14 days. You might want to modify these goals to increase strength.

2) Spiritual Development Evaluation:

Did you achieve your spiritual development goal
for the last 11 or more days?

Do you feel you are strengthening your spiritual attribute?

Do you feel confident that you can continue achieving your
spiritual attribute goal for the next fourteen days?

If you answered “no” to any of the three questions above, return to Step (1) in this chapter and complete the steps indicated. The spiritual attribute will be the hardest character attribute to develop. It can take 4-6 weeks before you can honestly answer “yes” to the three questions above.

If you answered “yes” to all three questions, and if you feel comfortable that you are making spiritual progress, congratulate yourself. You are rounding your character and increasing self-discipline. You are now ready to move onward to develop further your character attributes by repeating the character attribute development cycle that will be explained next week.

In the meantime, continue developing your character attributes as explained.
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