Over the years I have realized it’s not the people who come into your life but the choices they force you to make gives the direction to your life.
Like the ripples from a stone tossed into the pond from the water’s edge, the effects of our choices extend infinitely outward. Even the smallest of acts reverberates in the ears of unwritten histories.
Which is to say that wrong choices can produce right results, and vice versa. I myself have adopted the position that, in fact, we never choose anything at all. Things happen. Or not.
We have choice,
Choice, choices, choices! Choose rightly. Choose the things that brings you highest fulfillment.
Commit your life to the choices you have made.
Effective life management isn’t about finding more time to fill; it’s about recognizing you don’t have to do anything you do not choose to do. Hiding a choice behind a “have to
Living off others is a form of bondage-for if you take from a person his responsibility to care for himself, you also take from him the opportunity to be free.
I know I should just leave. Just go. Because there’s a point where a mistake turns into a big mistake, and I should probably come to my senses before I get there.
Why are we asked to make the most important decisions of our lives when we are so young, and so prone to mistakes?
One mistake cannot justify another.