Life is a set of choices. And, whatever choice you make every day and every minute, it decides your tomorrow. You choose to get up and work hard for this day of your life because you want to live it to the fullest. You also choose to be honest with people around rather than living in lies like many others may because you want to obey God and always be proud of yourself.
You are your choices
You are the person you are today because of yesterday’s choices. If you think you are not satisfied with your current status, you already know the reason. Not all life events are within your control, yet you give your all to get the most desirable outcome. You react to them with what you allow yourself to do, it’s of your own will. If you want a different result, don’t repeat the same response.
“Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. Choose wisely.” ― Roy T. Bennett
You reap what you sow
How hard it is for you to walk on this road or how much effort you exert in pursuing your goals, only you can understand. Furthermore, what matters the most is always the outcome. You choose to be positive and you reap what you sow. Therefore, make sure you bear responsibility for your decisions. Be satisfied and don’t allow regret to control your life.
“You Are the Master of Your Attitude. You cannot control what happens to you, but you can control the way you think about all the events. You always have a choice. You can choose to face them with a positive mental attitude.” ― Roy T. Bennett
Be flexible and understanding
As long as you are alive, you will plan and fail, and you will choose and may regret it. Don’t complain or make excuses. Change is working that way; if you want to change your life and your world, make a lot of mistakes and never forget the lessons. Be flexible and understanding of your own choices and decisions, then all the world will adjust.
“The key to accepting responsibility for your life is to accept the fact that your choices, every one of them, are leading you inexorably to either success or failure, however you define those terms.” —Neal Boortz