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It is easy to point to where others need to change. But perhaps the best place to start is with yourself.
How can we become part of the answer instead of the problem? Each of us can become a catalyst for change right where we are.
Here are some simple steps to get started:
You may have experienced arresting ticks or compelling thoughts that, when acted upon, are critically important or even life changing. But do you set aside regular time in your busy schedule to make yourself available for such thoughts?
A simple spiritual practice of a daily quiet time for connection with God, the inner voice, or the conscience within, can center busy, hectic lives. It is a source of inner freedom and creativity.
Writing down and sharing these thoughts with someone else helps solidify them and makes them harder to ignore. Not only does the discipline of this daily practice help de-stress life, but obedience to the thoughts adds an aspect of adventure!
If our lives are cluttered with excess baggage of hate, greed or fear, it is not easy to tap into this inner source of truth. As part of our quiet time, we need to run a virus scan on our lives to detect the integrity gaps.
To help in the process, Initiatives of Change offers absolute standards of honesty, purity, unselfishness and love applied to public and private life. As you explore what these standards mean for you their challenge becomes clearer.
Listening and applying standards of integrity to our everyday lives empowers us to change, but personal change is just the beginning…
IofC USA provides the vital link between personal values and public action. It seeks to inspire, equip, and connect people as trustbuilders.
• Listen carefully and respectfully to each other and to the whole community