How to practice shifting your thoughts The meaning of life is made, not found.
Dr. Robert Holden asks us to reconsider the meaning we place on life events.
How to practice shifting your thoughts
The meaning of life is made, not found. Dr. Robert Holden asks us to reconsider the meaning we place on life events.
This is a great article but what I liked about it the most is this paragraph.
“The meaning of life is not a search—it is a choice. Meaning is not found in things; meaning is what you make of things. The world means nothing by itself. You give it all the meaning it has. Thus, the meaning of life is a choice you make, not just once, but every waking hour of your day.
Life is like art—it is all about interpretation. The moment anything happens to you, you interpret a meaning for it. The meaning you vote for then governs your perception, your thinking, your faith, your choices, your feelings, your behaviors, everything! Whenever you elect a new meaning, this changes everything. Here is a great key to healing and success.
An event occurs, and it is your interpretation and meaning that decide everything thereafter. “There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so,” wrote Shakespeare.”
Originally posted 2016-06-15 10:48:18.
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