I choose where I am?
"Some days I struggle just to get to work. But even when I am not being purposeful, I know I am capable of finding my way back to my commitments. I choose where I am at a given moment, and I always have the choice to bring myself back to the vision."
I choose where I am at a given moment?
I always have the choice to bring myself back to the vision?
What does the last sentence of this paragraph mean?
Re: I choose where I am?
I am the one who decides if I should get out of bed and go to work or if I should stay in bed and miss work. No one makes that decision for me: I choose where I am at a given moment in my life, so if I don't succeed in life, I alone am to blame. It's my fault. But even when I am feeling down and struggling to get out of bed, I have the ability to alter my thinking by bringing it back into focus, back to my vision: my commitments (my job, my family, a happier and healthier self). I always have the choice to bring myself back to the vision. The choice is there, but I have to take it if I want to succeed in life. Staying in bed is also a choice, but not one that will help me succeed.
Originally Posted by Eway
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