"We begin with the premise that there could be many things about us which need to change, only some of which we are able to see at any given time."To take inventory, to see where we are blind, is difficult. It takes several things.
First, it takes a willingness to be humble, a willingness to change where God feels we need to change, not where we want to change.
Second, it takes a belief that we still need to change, will always still need to change, to grow, learn and improve. That change is a permanent process, not a single goal.
Third, it takes desire sufficient that change is worth the effort and the cost.
If you have those three things, you can see where you are blind, and by pondering and paying attention, continue to improve yourself.
While there are many useful tools and methods and habits that aid us each in taking inventory, the important core is: will, belief and desire. With those three elements we will continue to overcome. Without all three elements, we will continue to be blind, not to hear, not to feel the guidance of God.
That is how to take inventory and to see where you are blind -- one of the topics that I've promised to visit.
There is more than this starting point (after all, it is all a starting point), but it starts with will, belief and desire.