Sucess or failure? The choice is yours.

Only a few of us will get to ever truly live life. The rest will follow their every line of thought, whim, will satisfy their every desire; and all they’ll ever need is express them. These few will be like the source for all men because they do things rightly. Man, though created to think and become, resigns to pursing the easy way through life, ironically the paths mostly perceived to be easy are indeed the most difficult and most fulfilling.

The mind of man is one with the universe, and nothing is denied to one that is given to the other except one does not know how to ask or how to receive. Our dreams, our passions and fears constantly mold what we call our destiny. We fail to note that our destinations in life are in a constant flux, always responding to our decisions and actions.

While some will always be rich and others poor, it is by no means the fault of the rich that the poor lacks, except when one steals directly from the rest which should then be treated as a crime. The rich is responsible for his good fortune only. So is the healthy. Many are constantly in position of lack because they continually make decisions and take actions that keep them there, perpetually.

However, the quality of life that one enjoys cannot be defined by their worldly possessions but their level of contentment. Your level of contentment will define your joy and sense of accomplishment. While one will find peace of mind with a hundred thousand in their account, the other will feel secure with a million, while another goes on to get billions and then seeks to rule the world.

For each individual, there is a point of satisfaction. The individual who goes to sleep hungry and wakes up without an iota of hope for the next meal or shelter, who then goes on to curse the world around him is the loser. He has not known contentment either has he the satisfaction of possession. His troubles will only grow until his mind is cured, and it begins to attract to him the good things his pains have constantly repelled from him. But if he finds true joy in his predicament and is joyous and content, whether in lack or austere, he should be left in his peace because contentment and sense of achievement does not always connote material gain. 

Pains come when we do not get what we thoroughly desire but the universe is designed to provide us with all that we need to have a fulfilled and joyful life. So, if you do not already have the life that you truly desire or you are not on the path to achieving it, then you are more responsible for it than anyone you might want to place the blame.


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