|Are you on autopilot? Living on autopilot means no longer thinking about your actions or daily habits, but rather performing them mechanically or without self-awareness. It’s a fact of life that we’ve all dwelled in this space at one time or another. There are times when our whole lives are on autopilot, which can sometimes have an air of negativity and is void of God. If you make a habit of doing the bare minimum, your life will take you in a direction you don’t want.
Beware of unbecoming actions that start becoming the norm for you. Ultimately, it won’t yield a happy or peaceful life. If you start lying just a little bit, you’ll have to start lying a lot. While at the store, I noticed a young lady with her boyfriend. She was on her cell phone and I heard her say she was “at John’s house right now; we’re leaving in ten minutes.” Notice that she is so comfortable with lying that she doesn’t even realize that her boyfriend hears everything she says. He may question how much of their future would be filled with lies. Little things we know aren’t good can creep into our lives and go on autopilot. If you have experienced this, you don’t have to blame others or God; just continue to overcome these actions.
Friend, you have everything you need to win and be victorious. Do not let your dream remain a dream. With possibility thinking, it becomes possible. Possibility thinking begins to churn up dreams that enable you to grow as a person. Your big God-given dream needs to be kept alive to fuel your desire to correct any negative habits on autopilot.