What does a content-generated life look like? It’s like a jar that is filled with stuff that may or may not give meaning to your life. When our lives are controlled by content, you have no power to decide what content you put into your “jar of life.”
Content refers to the forces and circumstances of the condition in which we live. These contents pertain to a lot of different things that add meaning to an event. There is a whole range of examples that pertain to content, such as your age, your educational background, your emotions, your beliefs, and the like.
Think back to the times wherein you felt that you were “unlucky” in life. A lot of times, you feel like you are a victim of fate.
You cannot seem to take responsibility for the circumstance or condition you have experienced.
You were also good at assigning blame to any other person or thing other than yourself. Everything just happened to you.
You were not accountable for it.
This is the way the natural Man thinks because he has a mind that is conditioned to be powerless.
When you choose what your “jar of life” is for, you get to choose what contents you allow into your life. You get to choose the kind of life you experience.
How can you stop being controlled by the contents in your life, and start living as the context? We are inviting you to join the Book of the Month Club which gives you exclusive access to Archbishop Jordan’s book, School of Gods.
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Try this activity. List the times that you acted like a victim in your life and you assigned blame to other people or circumstances for what has gone wrong in your life, instead of taking responsibility.