If I had to embrace a definition of success, it would be that success is making the best choices we can . . . and accepting them.
Love is easy early on…its when the busyness of life creeps in and felling ebb and flow that real love shines through in small choices.
Have you heard of the most evil things done by people in their lifetime? They have coveted men’s wives, killed hundreds of Christians and sold their best friend’s life away for just a few coins. Isn’t it interesting that they were God’s chosen in the bible? —Saul, Judas & King David
Did you know Grandfather would give the poems to me?
Who knows? Maybe they’re right. Maybe we are driven crazy by our feelings. Maybe love is a disease, and we would be better off without it.
But we have chosen a different road. And in the end that is the point of escaping the cure: We are free to choose.
We are even free to choose the wrong thing.
Unrequited love is the only emotion that allows sane people to taste the “life sentence
The right path and easy path are usually two different things, and when it’s time to choose, always choose the right path over the easy.
We all make choices, but in the end our choices make us.
Beryl, on death: “No, you should never choose death, but it chooses you. Sometimes you know it’s coming, like my mother, and sometimes it takes you by surprise, like my friend Ariel’s uncle who got killed in a hunting accident. Sooner or later, we all get chosen, we all get taken from this world into the next. Whether we end up in Heaven or Hell, and what we do with our lives in the meantime-those are the choices we get to make.
When the universe compels me toward the best path to take, it never leaves me with “maybe,” “should I,” or even “perhaps.” I always know for sure when it’s telling me to proceed – because everything inside me rises up to reverberate “YES!