Choice and Change, The Two Constants

Written by Clyde Dennis

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Anyway, not to get sidetracked...

If things aren'trepparttar way you want them to berepparttar 132176 first thing you must do is choose to do something different from what you're currently doing. My personal philosophy on this one is if things aren't working, ANY other course of action is better. Figuring it's already not working so I can't break it. It's already broken.

We have bothrepparttar 132177 ability andrepparttar 132178 responsibility to make conscious decisions and choices. What I'm suggesting is that you resolve to berepparttar 132179 driver in your life rather than a passenger. You wouldn't setrepparttar 132180 cruise control on your car and just let it take you where ever it ends up would you? Don't do it with your life.

We must not allow errors in judgment to be repeated every day. If you want things to be different at some point you must resolve to do some things differently. After all, What isrepparttar 132181 definition of insanity? Doingrepparttar 132182 same things you've always done expecting to get different results. It's up to you to makerepparttar 132183 choices that bringrepparttar 132184 things you want into your life. Whether it be peace, love, happiness or whatever. You must realize there are definite things you can do to bring these things to you.

Two things are always happening. You're always making choices, and these choices are always changing your world. The question is-- Are you going to allowrepparttar 132185 things that change today in your life to be random events, or are you going to exercise your freedom to choose your changes? Either way, one thing is for sure...

A change is certainly going to come.

Have a nice week.

Live some. Love some. Learn some. Everyday.


Clyde Dennis, a.k.a. "Mr. How-To" has been writing and publishing Articles and Newsletters online since 1999. Clyde's company EASYHow-To Publications provides "How-To" information on How-To do, be or have just about anything one can imagine. For more information visit Email correspondence for Clyde should be sent to: cdennis at

The People Around You are People Like You

Written by Jesse S. Somer

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Why have we lost this act of recognition for our fellow beings, our human family? You’ll probably reply that we are too busy to think about some ‘stranger’ that seems to have little connection to our goals in daily life. The checkout line for you is a place to contemplaterepparttar future, think about tasks that need doing, and find solutions to problems that need taking care of. Who cares what that person we don’t really ‘know’ thinks of us?

This brings about another challenge that I don’t wish to talk about too much right now, (maybe next article!) and that isrepparttar 132174 fact that we are rarely totally conscious inrepparttar 132175 present moment. If we truly understoodrepparttar 132176 significance of every moment and every person we interact with in our lives, we might start to see life as something special and magical-even in everyday situations, andrepparttar 132177 idea that every moment we have is an opportunity to learn more aboutrepparttar 132178 world and ourselves.

It is time for us to once again realize that every person we come into contact with is another individual, not exactlyrepparttar 132179 same as anyone else inrepparttar 132180 world. I’m not saying we should try and talk to each and every soul that comes within our body space. What I would like to experience is attentiveness by my fellow humans that involves doingrepparttar 132181 best we can to treat all who we do come into contact with real sincerity.

If we want society to evolve to a state where our systems of interaction cause good feelings instead of dread and frustration at being treated like something of little worth,repparttar 132182 time has come to realize we are all human, all together, and each different and special.

Jesse S. Somer M6.Net Jesse S. Somer is a human being working to realize the humanity in people.

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