Nowadays, my main focus is: How am I feeling?
To me this is the most important thing.
Of course I have the same concerns as other people, I need to eat and sleep, ect. But for me, the important question throughout my day, no matter what I am dealing with is: How am I feeling?
To me, the most important thing I can do for myself (and consequently for others too) is uplift and improve my feelings, and let go of any poor feelings, which of course is to get myself to feeling better.
I tend to ask myself, is this thought allowing me or causing me to feel some good or wonderful feeling? Or, is it preventing me from experiencing some good or wonderful feeling?
This pretty much simplifies my life.
It seems to me, I only have this work or play or contemplation to do. It determines my experience of whatever I'm doing.
The rest it seems will take care of itself.
Or as Abraham puts it:
"There is not anything that any of you want, whether it is a material object, a state of being, a relationship, a circumstance, or an event. There is nothing that you have ever wanted, or anybody you have ever known has ever wanted, that is for any other reason than that you think you will feel better in the having of it. And when you show yourself that you can feel better just because you've decided to feel better, and that you have the power to choose a thought that feels better, now you're on your way. There's nowhere you cannot go along this emotional scale, and when you make it up there into the consistent range of feeling pretty darn wonderful, then wonderful things become the basis of your experience"