Old me had no self-accountability. Seriously. None.
I'd also been doing it for so long it didn't even feel wrong. It was my normal.
My addictions grew so big and my mental health declined so much, I just couldn’t fix the gigantic, awful mess I’d created. It actually led to the collapse of my old life. My addictions and my actions led me all the way to rock bottom.
The main reason I don't do it, is because these days I have self-accountability AND I have awareness - I can feel it is wrong.
Having self-accountability isn't just about stealing things.
My self-accountability means sticking up for people if they are being targeted.
She said it was all the money she had. She’d gone to order some food and went to pay, and realised she’d left her money in the machine. She was crying, and we hugged, and I walked away and tears started rolling down my cheeks because I felt her gratitude and her relief.
This is what's important to me now.
Imagine if this one benefit was mass-activated within a suburb, or a country, or the entire planet?
I get a kick from exploring what it means to honour myself through my actions. I love being aware of the beautiful truth inside – that integrity and honour exist within me. I’ve never had that before, and it feels good.