This site has been created to expand and share on some of the insights that led to the writing of It's Monday Only in Your Mind: You Are Not Your Thoughts.

Not Settling for Second Best 

You can hope for the best in life and let the so called cards fall where they may, or you can take control of your life by finding and utilizing the best resources available that’ll allow life to be lived to the fullest.

You wouldn’t settle on the second best doctor if you had a life threatening ailment, you would do the necessary research and find the best doctor available. So why is it that we look for our answers out there somewhere as our first choice when the best answers we’ll ever find are within ourselves? We’re the best source to finding answers to what ails us and once we have a proper diagnosis, the necessary action can be taken to help heal our ailment. But we have to use the best resources available for our answers, which are always within. Quietness is needed to understand this. Without it the mind makes one think the best available resources are out there somewhere.

This understanding will not occur on its own, it’ll take a willingness to allow this awareness. Without awareness it’s almost like picking a doctor through the old method of using the yellow pages in a phone book: remember them lol. Would you really take a chance like that? What is more important than your own life and having control over it? You can leave it up to chance, hope for the best and leave it at that. Or you can use the best resources available to do what’s necessary to cooperate with life so you’re in harmony with it. Life can only be what it’s made out to be and making it a master piece can only be done when the best possible resources available are sought out and utilized. Either you do this or you settle for second best and let happenstance determine how life will be. The choice is yours, its your life, and using the best resources will allow it to be lived to the fullest. 

 

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