Sovereignty 2

We spend most of our time doing what we have to do and rarely get to do what we want. We fill our days doing what has to be done, and when we finally get a short reprieve, we collapse exhausted, unable to fully rest before we start again in doing what has to be done.

As people progress through enlightenment, they naturally become more sovereign. This doesn’t mean that you can quit your job, leave your family, and refuse to pay your debts. Sovereignty within yourself means that you know yourself, stay true to yourself and always follow through with your responsibilities and duties.

In the midst of Life demanding of your Time, you must feel sovereign. Victor Frankl found sovereignty within himself, while he was in a concentration camp.

Now you have no excuse.