I have too much stuff.
I take good care of my things.
I manage my finances well.
I feel satisfaction and gratitude for what I have.
I have habits that disrupt my life, that I have trouble controlling.
I am easily upset.
I end up eating, drinking, or spending more than I want.
I can stick to a schedule or a budget.
When someone criticizes me or my work, I go on the offense.
I often find myself in situations where I feel righteous anger.
When I joke around, I sometimes go too far. I make comments about other people that I would prefer to keep private.
Many people don't live up to my standards.
When someone is rude or unkind to me, it bothers me for a long time.
I can find the right thing to say.
I am on peaceful terms with the people in my family.
I avoid social situations because I feel awkward.
I'm glad when someone joins me for lunch.
I invite people to my home or to eat with me.
I admire the best achievements or traits in many people.
I am willing to lead if asked.
I am willing to serve if asked.
Am I more comfortable with, or enthusiastic about, leading or following?
I am my own worst critic.
When someone criticizes me or my work, I become defensive.
If someone compliments me, I accept it graciously.
Some of the virtues, or spiritual strengths that are on my mind:
ForgivenessI'd be glad for any comments, suggestions, or insights.
* A checklist based on the Rudyard Kipling poem, "If"