What are Your True Priorities

It doesn’t matter what we say about our priorities, our actions demonstrate our true priorities.  Two hypotheticals:  If I say I love a woman but then cheat on her – my priority is to be a dirt bag.  If I say I love my children but blow them off to go drinking – my priority is to be a drunk.  Words are cheap.  Actions are everything.  These days I prioritize training over everything and everyone.  Although I could argue that my priorities could be worse – and they could and certainly have been in the past, it can still be incredibly selfish.  We should all take a look at our true priorities.  Even healthy priorities should be subjugated to higher priorities when they arise.  Other priorities should be abandoned forever.               

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