What lies ahead? Worrying about it or creating it. Both requires a choice, one opens the door.
Once you choose to love yourself then everything else will be perfect.
I’m not brave; it’s just that all other choices have been thrown out the window.
When people become prisoners of daily habits and happen to be hostages of choices, which they made in the past, but which they finally do not actually want, they experience the need to abandon their corporeal prison at a certain time in life. ( “Corporeal prison” )
You never want one thing at any given moment of life. Your mind always comes up with at least two choices. If your limbic system wins, the choice you make seems to be pleasurable at first but in the long run ends up being the wrong one. And if your prefrontal cortex wins the choice you make may appear rough at first, but in the long run it turns out to be the right one.
He is worse than the others, I show. He is worst of all of them.
Because he knew he was doing wrong. He felt the pain of his actions-
But he did not amend them, shows the Sky.
The rest are worth as much as their pack animals, I show, but worst is the one who knows better and does nothing.
You express the truth of your character with the choice of your actions.
We often prefer love for humans to love for God.
If you make it right with yourself, it will be right with the whole world.
If I had to embrace a definition of success, it would be that success is making the best choices we can . . . and accepting them.