Choices. Life is all about them. One choice leads to another and it’s never ending. Each choice that is made presents a life-altering experience and as human beings, we learn to evolve so that the life-altering experience is a positive one.
There are choices that can lead to monumental consequences and not all of them are necessarily negative. A dear friend of mine reminded me of how that one “door” that closed recently in my life led to many doors that have opened. This is a true testament that something positive can come out of a negative situation and that a single choice that was made, no matter how devastating, can yield many positive opportunities.
We all have to make choices in life. Choices that will impact our lives. Choices that only you can make because you are in control of your own destiny. Choices that will lead you to a path of unknown possibilities but if made with clear intentions and peace of mind, the unknown can be exciting and promising.
So, is there such a thing as a negative or positive choice? I’m not quite sure. I don’t know what is normal or what is right. However, I do know that the path I am currently on will lead to others and I will to be ready to make choices that are right for me and no one else. It doesn’t matter if its not considered normal or right to others as long as my conscience is clear.
Another thing: You cannot possibly ruin your life because of a choice that was made. It may feel that way because the need for inner change has been stifled. Choices lead to change and change is a good thing. We learn lessons through change and if we allow it, we can become better versions of ourselves. For every change, there’s a new beginning. And life is not about second chances. You can’t mess up once and expect a do-over. That’s not how it works. Life is about continuation and moving on. Pressing the play button once after it has been on pause. Picking up from where you left off and moving forward with a new positive outlook in life. Positive thoughts yields positive results: law of attraction.
For the first time in my life, I feel like I’m picking up where I left off almost 20 years ago and moving forward with my life. I’m done listening to others perspectives about my life. It’s my life not theirs. My perspective is the only one that matters as long as it is morally and ethically sound.
I’m thankful for the choices I’ve made and those that were made by others that had an effect on me. I feel new and improved because of them and I’m at peace with my life.
Until next blog,