If you ever feel that you are not doing what you want to do, ask yourself, “Who is choosing what I do?”
If you ever have the feeling that you are doing what you don’t want to do, ask yourself, “Who is choosing what I do?”
Even if you are doing what you do because others expect, want or even demand that you do it, aren’t you ultimately the chooser? Even if you are doing what you do because it is the least objectionable choice, aren’t you ultimately the chooser? If not you, then who?
Once we say we are not the chooser, we can become disconnected from our own desires. We can end up feeling that we ought to, should, and must do things. How much fun is that?
It makes a big difference to our happiness to know that we have the freedom to do what we want. Love your freedom of choice and you will always be doing what you want.
To your happiness,
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