Wisdom from Neale Donald Walsch

These days I tell everyone that I can to do whatever it takes to make sure that they are not among the 98% of people who spend 98% of their time on the 98% of things in life that don’t matter.

Until way too late in my life, I included myself in that group. Now I make sure that everything I think, say, and do is directly related to the Agenda of my Soul–which has nothing to do specifically with the desires of my body or the insatiable and usually non-beneficial activities of my mind.

I have chosen in these last years of my life to build my experience around the two most important messages that I received in Conversations with God. One was the statement, “Your life is not about you,” and the other were the Four Fundamental Questions of Life:

  • (1) Who am I?
  • (2) Where am I?
  • (3) Why am I where I am?
  • (4) What do I intend to do about that?

Answering these questions every morning has helped me to create a life that matters to my soul.

So if this were my last day on earth and I had only one I thing that I could say to another, I would say, “Fight to remember, amidst the hectic activity of every day life, fight to remember Who You Really Are–an Aspect of Divinity and an Individuation of God….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Neale is the author of Conversations with God.

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Elsie Hovav
Elsie Hovav3 years ago

"Your life is not about you" a lot of food for thought here. Thank you

Heather M
Heather Marv3 years ago


Yulan Lawson
Yulan Lawson3 years ago

Thanking you.

Marianne B.
MARIA B.3 years ago

thought provoking post, thanks

Thorn Briar
Past Member 3 years ago


Cassandra Fountain

Thanks great article. Focusing on agendas that enhance the knowledge of your soul and spirit in discovering who you are are very important.

Kirsten B.
Kirsten B.3 years ago

He has some great insights. Thanks for sharing. Follow him on Facebook too.

Erika M.
Erika M.3 years ago


Norma V.
Norma Villarreal3 years ago


andrew h.
- -.3 years ago


a daily activity that matters:

“Meditation is the highest form of activity a man can perform.”

—Paramhansa Yogananda