I commit myself to when/as I see myself wanting to do a different set of tasks because I feel like it, to stop and breathe. I realise that doing a different set of tasks each time – at the cost of not doing the same set of tasks – means that I will not do something consistently, which means I will not build anything real or substantial because doing a different set of tasks each day is like building a stack of cards then building another stack of cards. I commit myself to accept that being stable means also doing a similar set of tasks to accumulate the necessary skills to direct myself in my world effectively, so I commit myself to practice the skills that only I can develop for myself, by myself, points like discipline, reading books, understanding how my Mind works.
I commit myself to when/as I see myself measuring my progress with a routine according to how quickly my routine changes, to stop and breathe. I realise that with wanting to do ‘more’, ‘more quickly’, ‘to get ahead’, I am participating in fear of being too slow, and so instead of doing the routine with absolute focus, I don’t do the one or few tasks that need to be done, which is a simple physical equation where the Mind is handled: make a decision of what time to do it, for how long, and when reactions come up, moods/reactions come up, to breathe/move myself to do the task as I decided to do it at this time. I commit myself to do the tasks that need to be done, and keep myself aware of what is important, am I deciding who I am and, in self honesty, am I doing everything I can in actual happening the end of each day like a measuring of who I am, what have I produced with the gift of Life?