Week 9.1 - Week 9.1 I Brief review Imagine that we had no...

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Week 9.1 03/20/2017 ° I. Brief review Imagine that we had no desires…. o That wouldn’t be a promising or fun future for us o We wouldn’t have much pleasure or anything to strive for o We wouldn’t do much of anything, wouldn’t live an inspiring life Imagine that we had just a single desire, and it wasn’t that great. o Say he gives us the desire to take a long walk to the post office every day We probably want more desires than that We would be a one dimensional person with one desire o we want more than one desire so it isn’t boring Imagine that before we are born we could get a glimpse of the people on earth, and see who has which desires… o It would be a good opportunity, we could see what others are inspired by or excited by and get ideas of what we want o We can say after our glimpse, “god create me with a strong and good desire to cook well, just like this person I saw who enjoyed it” o We could see someone that is so introverted that they never get out, we could say not to make us so introverted o All in all, we should want a say in what our desires and wants are o We could want to have a desire to have interest in what our child is doing- that would give us a more fulfilling life if we have strong desires to do well o We have a say in what our inclinations are- this is a great opportunity to have a say in all of this o Desires, interests and motivations are a huge part of our lives and who and what we are Give the big role they play in our lives- it would be nice if we had some say in those Imagine that God just picks our desires out of a lottery-ball bin. o If we are afraid about this option and we want a say and pick out our desires, and we want them to be integrated in a strategic way, or if we hve too many- maybe we will be pulled in too many different directions that conflict with each other o the wanton o individual who doesn’t care what their desires and motivations are o they are perfectly happy as long as they have some desires and motivations
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