You are continually “treating” your condition with the thoughts which you hold concerning them. What you really think about anything, is your real “treatment of that thing. Many people have the idea that they are only “treating” when they call it “treating,” but no matter what you call it, your thought concerning any subject is a treatment. This is the reason visual conditions are always the expression of invisible thought. This is the explanation of the great truth that your own concept is what you see. Every day you treat your body, your business, your family, and you treat the city and the state and the nation and the world, by the kind of thoughts you think concerning them. If you will begin systematically to treat every side of your life with a series of positive, correct thoughts, and keep to this practice for even a few weeks, you will be amazed to find how much everything will change for the better. ~Emmet Fox
It’s all a matter of perception.
What one person deems to be important may be just as equally unimportant to another.
What one deems to be right may seem very wrong to someone else.
Your moral compass and values may not always be totally in sync with others you meet.
In the end, it’s all just your perception of how you choose to live your life and this may not always win you, friends. In fact, it may gain you some enemies.
Live your life how you choose to and if people don’t like the way you do things then disagree if you must, but be nice & be respectful and then if you must, move on and leave it all behind you.
It’s your life after all and only you can live it. Choose your path and set your compass then start walking.”
Life goes by so very fast, my dears, and taking the time to reflect, even once a year, slows things down. We zoom past so many seconds, minutes, hours, killing them with the frantic way we live that it’s important we take at least this one collective sigh and stop, take stock, and acknowledge our place in time before diving back into the melee. Midnight on New Year’s Eve is a unique kind of magic where, just for a moment, the past and the future exist at once in the present. Whether we’re aware of it or not, as we countdown together to it, we’re sharing the burden of our history and committing to the promise of tomorrow.