The last of the Four Agreements is: Always do your best. For many, this brings up visions of hard work, stress and endless re-dos until the final result is flawless, but doing your best isn't always about absolute perfection. What is “best” for one person, may be impossible for another to achieve. If you have never picked up a violin, your best will sound nothing like a symphony orchestra player, but it is still your best.
The Four Agreements Part 3 Don't Make Assumptions An assumption is an attempt to tell the future, based on knowledge and past experience. When we assume, we refuse to look beyond the issues of the past and thus create limitations on our future endeavors.
When people ask for informational reading for spiritual growth and healing, among the top ten books we recommend is: The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. While most spiritual reading is centered on the self, this book helps us to cut through the dramas that have hurt us in the past and to create better, more positive relationships. The first of the Four Agreements is: Be Impeccable With Your Word.Our words are important. They not only give information, but they tell others who we are.