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Choices

I read a friend’s blog post today about choosing happiness, and it was a great reminder that our state of mind…our way of being…is often a choice.  Not always, but often (at least for those of us in the developed world where all of our basic needs are met) it’s up to us to quiet our powerful inner critics and channel our true…honest…kind…open selves.  So instead of writing a post today, I strung together some words that I can use to remind myself of the choices I can make every day.  Here they are…

choose

What else would you add to the list?

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  1. Great list. I have two additions: Call a friend. Make a friend.

    June 5, 2013

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