Being Intentional (COD Lesson)
Most people spend their entire lives living thoughtlessly and without aim. When someone becomes addicted to drugs or alcohol, they spend more time and attention diligently pursuing whatever supports the addiction than any other endeavor. Dreams and aspirations fall by the wayside. Time spent planning and focusing on the pursuit of life goals may have evaporated completely. As you enter into and build your recovery, it can be a pleasant privilege to once again focus on the important aspects of your new life. To be intentional means to be meaningfully focused on key areas of living. This lesson focuses on 13 essential areas to help you create a purposeful vision for your life, ignore the many interruptions along the way, and accomplish your goals.