Friday, December 28, 2012

A drop down a former Brazil volcano and we control our response

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We Control our Response

To a great extent, we create the world in which we live. While many events are beyond our control and we are unable to have a direct influence on them, to a large degree we still have the ability to control our attitudes towards any given situation. Hence, the emotional consequences of events is largely up to us.

It is unrealistic to expect perfect control, but anyone who works calmly and persistently on his thoughts will be able to improve.
My friend Joel, has lived with diabetes his whole adult life. He can't control the fact he has the disease, but he works twenty-four hours a day, at minimizing the physical effect it has on him. As important, he works on his response in his brain, to really know that one has to be in the moment to live!! He knows that no one guarantees live, love or happiness. He works to appreciate what he has now and how to be happy with it.

Love Yehuda Lave

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