Choices

By | August 5, 2010

You have a choice to smile or frown. I was reminded of choices today after I smiled at an elderly gentleman who was walking in the opposite direction. He smiled back and then he stopped to thank me for a nice smile that made his day, he said.

You have a choice in everything you do. You have a choice to wake up and put a smile on your face or you have the choice to start your day grumbling and expecting yet another Golgotha.

You have a choice to help someone, whether directly or indirectly, or you have the choice to turn a blind eye.

You have the choice to create change, whether in a small or big way, or you have the choice to leave this place as if you never existed.

You have the choice to act on your beliefs or grow frustrated over the years because you could’ve created opportunities to act on your beliefs and you didn’t.

You have a choice to choose the direction you want to go or let others choose that for you.

You have a choice to live fully or just be a spectator of your own life.

You have choices. Always. Just as long as you know…
 

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