“Choose the harder right, instead of the easier wrong” (Author unknown). Transition from dark to light. Stay standing strong, shining bright. Change environments and habits, being it’s easier to avoid temptation, than it is trying to beat temptation. Self-control only lasts so long in the midst of enticement. Cues create propensities toward behaving, acting, speaking, exercising, and eating in certain ways. Knowing what we desire and why, allows for clarity towards planning different measurable choices to implement at specific times, therefore manifesting a brand-new life. Frequent and consistent measurable goals set for specific times makes implementation likely and perpetual, eventually habitual. How we begin life is irrelevant and over, yet the rest of our story can be anything we choose.
“One of the things I learned the hard way was that it doesn’t pay to get discouraged. Keeping busy and making optimism a way of life can restore your faith in yourself” (Lucille Ball). Whatever our upbringing entailed, we have the power to change, break free from bondage and baggage, becoming lighter and liberated as we pursue our passions, obsessions, and faithful convictions without fear of failure. Live optimistically with PMAs, while persistently striving for never ending improvement. We can rewire our circuitry by reprogramming ourselves to believe anything and do everything that we definitively decide to do with absolute crystal clear clarity. The choice is ours for the making. We must genuinely be our very own best friend, therefore let’s believe in ourselves by doing our part.