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The irony of commitment is that it's deeply liberating -- in work, in play, in love.
-- Anne Morriss


Wednesday, December 29, 2004

The choices you’ve made

Experience will show which choices have helped you. To learn from experience, decide to keep making those choices.

Experience will tell you which choices have held you back. To benefit from even your negative experiences, remember to avoid those same kinds of choices.

The choices you’ve made have brought you to where you are. Now, looking at those choices can show you how to get where you want to go.

You’ve experienced the reality of what works and what doesn’t. So the choices you now make can be far more informed than those in your past.

You’ve earned the ability to be very clear in your vision for the best life can be. And you’ve earned the ability to make the choices that will actually get you there.

Look back at the choices you’ve made, and consider what they have brought you. They’ll help you know what’s best to choose now.

— Ralph Marston

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