Reasons Why People Miss God When Making Important Life Decisions
It breaks my heart each time I see a young person make an important decision for his or her future without considering the consequences of the decision.
Each year, many people spend hundreds of dollars planning the wedding of their dreams, and only a few seconds – if any – think about where they were going to school. Some people consciously decide where they want to go to college yet others choose to go to school with no planning at all.
There are some people who are clearly focused on important decisions for their lives and some are not. What is behind the choice they make? It breaks my heart to see people make important decisions without taking the time to know who they really are and what their purpose is for their entire lives.
Many people don’t realize they are capable of making choices for themselves. These choices can have a dramatic impact on their lives and their future achievements.
Problems are a result of human interaction. The ability to reason is a necessary gift to reach the full potential of your potential. As you reach your full potential you enable yourself to have a greater impact in life.
If you are not fully reaching your potential in life, you have the ability to change. Many people don’t realize they are in charge of their lives. They are the product of their upbringing, their environment, and their attitudes. They create their own destiny.
Humanity is an accumulation of thoughts, decisions, and actions. Some people are better at planning and planning with the end result in mind – more money – less work – less risk.
Many people don’t realize they have the ability to purposefully change things in their own lives.
Reality shows that this is generally impossible because of the infinite law of nature that cannot be manipulated or limited by your will.
Willingness is a key element to the creation of your reality. Your willingness to do what it takes to fulfill your desires opens the door to the creation of the life you desire. Roger Neg apparent in the mid ’90s could have easily ended his life back in the 1980s, but his will to become the best Strength and Powerlifter in America is remembered till today.
Your earliest memories are your childhood and youth. You could recall your childhood in many ways – illnesses, injuries, mistakes you made, your fears, and the things you did or didn’t do were based on your early life experiences. You could recall how you failed in parent-student retNorthern accelerated learning in school. You could recall the oxyl tempests in your youth.
Youth is absolutely an important part of life. Once again a huge part of your life is how you handle it. Youraggingket tolerates what you did then and how you reacted to it. You could look at what you did wrong and on the other hand, how you did well.
If you have the misfortune to have your stubbornness exposed to the world, you could counter everything you do right. You could do well by doing nothing, or doing something useful with your life. That had been a role model to the world to come.
In truth, many idols are made of other people’s wishes and desires. ones you may resent after a time. Understand your life is yours. Work on your own advancement. Die to yourself so you can advance to other goals. Die to yourself so you can be the best American ever.
On the other hand, if you were quiet during your childhood, adolescence, or young adult life, you are likely to continue to fill this void in your life. It is even likely you are still unconsciously reacting to your childhood programming.
You are a sinner before you evolve to a saint and therefore you will need to die to yourself at some point in your life. On the other hand, if you spend your time studying and applying yourself to learn the role of self-mastery in taking charge of your life, you will be well on your way to creating everlasting prosperity and success in the new year of life.
Remember, nothing and no one will ever take away your free will. However, it is you who can help yourself become the best version of yourself.
One of the best and basic rules to live by is, “Does it serve you?”