Kid's Corner

Value strength behind set goals

YOUTHFUL LIVING with PASTOR MOYO M
The most tragic thing in life is living aimlessly. Such life is boring because it does not give a sense of purpose and direction hence robbing a person the pride of having a sense of achievement. It is a pride of sense of achievement that deviates the mind from focusing on the pain in times that require endurance and motivate towards success. If the mind focuses on the ultimate success endurance is considered as an exciting adventure. Therefore, it is important to clarify to have clarified life goals and have an understanding of what it would take to achieve them. However, goal setting alone is not enough.
Good life values are vital towards realisation of goals. Goal indicates what someone want to achieve but attachment of values to the goal show how much the person really wants it.  Some of the youths have adorable life goals but have not moved a single inch towards achievement due to lack of values. Values differentiates between merely goal setters and youths who are both goal setter and getters because they ensures that you on course towards attainment of your goal.
Joshua 1:8 says, “Do not let this book of the law depart from your mouth, meditate on it day and night so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.” Overwhelmed by the nature of the task ahead, the new leader Joshua desires to succeed but feels intimidated. Nevertheless, he is assured of success and being prosperous if he unswervingly embraces the values set in the book of law.
Maintenance of good values shows that you know what you want to achieve and how much you really want it. Values empowers the ability to stand what it would take you to achieve your goal. Youths without values give up on their goals when they meet challenges while youths with values endure and figure the way out of challenges.
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