Welcome to The Human Impulse! I’m so glad you’re here.
I started my first blog in 2009 with a different name. Then I started another one, because I was still trying to figure out what I wanted to write about and take a shine to.
I began my third blog, The Human Impulse, that same year. This one is a much more natural feel. It’s about the impulse within each of us beating softly, refusing to be silent, reminding us who we really are.
The mission of this human soul and body is to live an authentic life in Christ and His word by developing spiritual songs/hymns of praise that inspire lives and draw others to deeper relationship with God.
I will use my talents and abilities creatively and honestly.
I will not hide them nor make excuse for them just because they may not always be immediately recognized, desired, “cool,’ or popular.
I want all that I do to be a product of the inspiration of God and a blessing to the world around me—friends, family, locally, and then globally. I pledge loyalty and allegiance to God first, family, and friends. At work, I will be a good listener, reliable, authentic, creative in purpose, a team player, offer encouragement, be committed to high ethics and integrity, be observant and supply needs while maintaining personal efficacy and efficiency.
I will not sacrifice relevance and meaning in my work—any work I set my hands to do. I offer my work and all that I do as a gift to God, my savior. I will strive to work in areas where I can offer service that will make relevant and meaningful contribution and impact the lives of other people.
Maybe you want to be a part of that kind of community of people who live out loud and without fear. Where did you begin? Why are you here? I’d love to hear your story. We all matter in this little finite, swirling ball called earth.
I will not subject myself to anything (work or play) that doesn’t align with my values, interests, dreams, passions, and purpose. I will life a live of balance and authenticity.
© Marvia Davidson and The Human Impulse Blog, 2008-2014.