articulate three things that you will choose to commit your life to in the next decade identify three principal obstacles internal and external that stand in the way of you accomplishing one of these things discuss the checj instructions

Module 4 SLP
June 11, 2021
tructions: Use the Keiser Online Library to find a peer-reviewed research article from a psychology journal (i.e., the journal should have the word “psychology” in the journal’s name; e.g., Journal of
June 11, 2021

Part I.

In this paper, articulate three things that you will choose to

commit your life to in the next decade.

Part II.

Identify three principal obstacles (internal and external) that

stand in the way of you accomplishing one of these things.

Part III.

Discuss the ways in which you can see through these

obstacles and overcome them.

This paper should be helpful for you and provide a moment of clarity, equilibrium

and resolve in your real life. If this paper would become deeper and more useful if

you focus entirely on one commitment instead of three, please proceed. If going

into detail about a single obstacle and your hopes, plans, and strategies for

overcoming it will create a paper that is more powerful and useful for the next ten

years of your life, please proceed. Please write the paper that allows you to dig the

deepest, think most creatively, and envision and make your own personal


In writing this paper, please feel free to reference the content and language of The

Diamond Sutra, and/or The Noble Eightfold Path (Right View, Right Thinking,

Right Mindfulness, Right Speech, Right Action, Right Diligence, Right

Concentration, Right Livelihood). If however that language is not immediately

useful to you, please write on the basis of your own understanding, the wisdom

that you have gathered through your own life experience, using your own words,

thoughts and feelings.

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1) This paper is for you and is intended to mark an important moment of arrival,

departure, or transition in your own life. Please write the paper that you need to

write at this time in your life, a paper that can serve you as a guide, a reminder, a

moment of vision, a period of reflection, assessment, regrouping, reaffirmation,

revitalization, and renewed commitment.

2) Please write this paper for yourself. This paper will be important for you to read

in 10, 20 and 30 years from now. You are writing at a formative moment in your

life and the act of writing this paper will be a significant contribution to the

formation of your future. This paper is an act of self-empowerment. Take the

time to write beautifully.

3) Academic language is completely unacceptable, as it tends to falsify, inflate,

deflect, routine, or otherwise calcify the nature of your actual experience. You

are the only person in the world who has had your experiences. You, therefore,

are the expert and the authority, and your search for your own words to

understand and describe your experiences, and the aspirations, values, belief

systems, and personal standards that are a result of those experiences, is itself an

act of courage and care and is a gift to the world.

4) The paper should address issues or situations that you have dealt with in the past

or are in the process of dealing with right now in your life. It must also look

forward, and become an occasion for you to project yourself into your own future,

and create a scenario in the life that you would like to live.

5) It is important to be very clear about motives, their complexities and

contradictions, and to deal as accurately as possible with the layered personal,

political, social, economic, psychological, or religious contexts of the

environment in which you are acting. Those tensions, and their repercussions,

create the need and opportunity for leadership, honesty, attentiveness, mutual

recognition, divergence, and skill. The more honest you are, the more surprising

and helpful your writing will become.

6) All narrative is “multiple” — voices, time frames, and points of view. Experience

is both intensely personal and shared. A deeper look into the intensely personal

side reveals that you yourself have many voices and conflicting selves. And, an

acknowledgment of shared experience leads to the awareness that so does

everyone else.


7) Many people spend a lot of time doing things that do not need to be done. This

paper, in contrast, should be something that needs to be done. This paper should

be something that helps you and the people around you, a moment in your life

which you can focus your attentions and intentions unselfishly. As with the

creation of any work of art, this paper will require you to deal with what you do

not understand as well as with what you imagine you understand. The struggle

towards understanding is your own story of complexity, subtlety, skill, tenderness,

insight, persistence, and humility.

8) Infinitude. Open-endedness is one of the most important aspects of your life. It is

important to be conscious of ongoing processes and continuously transforming

experience. In fact, your life has no fixed points; experiences are lived and

relived, always with new meanings and new possibilities. Even as you are

writing, talking, and acting, things are changing.


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