I commit myself to when/as I see myself conscious about the one point that may possibly compromise my entire participation I planned for the day, so I sleep in, to stop and breathe. I realise that the one point is the product of my possession in a thought about something compromising myself, and as a thought I require to wake up and write, so I need to wake up anyway. I commit myself to stop reacting to the thought about the one point, to instead breathe myself back into my fingertips and toes, and rather use the negative feeling to commit myself to, ’till here no further, I do not accept or allow this negative feeling to get more intense, I stop defining waking up according to drama about my entire existence, I commit myself to realise waking up as a small action, one of the first actions to support myself in the day. I commit myself to redefine waking up as a supportive action done for myself, equal and one with breathing, where I would never be mistaken to interpret breathing as apparently harmful to my body, so in the same way waking up is supportive always, in spite of how I may feel during waking up. I commit myself to support myself by/through waking up, instead of postponing waking up.