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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

About Choices

Every choice has gain and sacrifice.  Every single one.  When you know this, envy of others and frustration with yourself begins to fall away.  You will gain a sense of responsibility for the choices you've made, perhaps even step out of seeing yourself as a victim.  I cannot speak for every single thing that has happened "to" me or others but if I look at the wider network and momentum of choices made, it becomes clearer and clearer.  And it is really sinking in to my awareness that the devil really is in the details.  It matters less what we have or have not done, have or don't have in life.  I think it's better to say, "well, I chose this course and it has _______ as a gain and _______ as a sacrifice.   

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