You’re the Decider. You Make the Choice–Always!
This is not a post about politics, but I’m using that quote as a launching point for my assertion that you are the decider in your life.
You create the meaning of your life. The nature of life is constant change and stimulus, but you decide what each circumstance of your experience means.
All my excuses began to disintegrate when I learned that I could choose joy just as easily as I had chosen fear or stress. When I realized that the source of joy arose from within, I could no longer blame the external circumstances of life.
From An Imperceptible Spark
The power of your mind and soul to choose what something does (or does not) mean to you is the power of free will.
None of us controls the things that happen in life, but each of us does control how those things impact us through the meaning we choose to assign the circumstance.
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Note: This post is part of the 31-post Ultimate Blog Challenge. During the month of July, 2012, I will be posting 31 times. Since this is a lot of posts over a short period of time, I prepared a special page where you can catch any you may have missed.