On my most recent trip home, my mother decided it was time for me to finally go through the remainder of my belongings that had been living down in the basement.
I'm an emotional packrat and I've kept so many things to remind me of lives lived, experiences had and sweet memories. Notes, letters, stories, books... you name it, I've probably kept it as an artifact to remind me of the past.
I didn't enjoy thinking about all the junk I would have to go through, but I found quite a few gems, including a pocket-sized book titled Wisdom From The Four Agreements. I vaguely remember my mom giving me this in college and I vaguely remember flipping through the book. It's a condensed version of the NY Times Bestseller The Four Agreements. I'm very aware of the four agreements and bring them up whenever they're relevant.
After re-reading this little book, I decided the four agreements deserve my own special spin to them...
Not to mention, the blog deserves some new content from me, no?
The First Agreement: Be Impeccable With Your Word