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Are you making choices that empower you and help you achieve your goals or are you choosing to sabotage yourself and your efforts to succeed?
Are you aware of the choices you are making or are you going through life on “auto pilot” not really thinking about what you are doing?
Are you acting inline with your goals and dreams or are you reacting to the circumstances around you?
Take some time this weekend to reflect on the choices you have been making recently. If you are not where you want to be in your life make a commitment to take control of the choices you make to ensure that they are in alignment with your core values and your goals.
It is only through a conscious effort that we can take charge and create the life of our dreams.
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A Giant Oak stood near a brook in which grew some slender Reeds. When the wind blew, the great Oak stood proudly upright with its hundred arms uplifted to the sky. But the Reeds bowed low in the wind and sang a sad and mournful song.
“You have reason to complain,” said the Oak. “The slightest breeze that ruffles the surface of the water makes you bow your heads, while I, the mighty Oak, stand upright and firm before the howling tempest.”
“Do not worry about us,” replied the Reeds. “The winds do not harm us. We bow before them and so we do not break. You, in all your pride and strength, have so far resisted their blows. But the end is coming.”
As the Reeds spoke a great hurricane rushed out of the north. The Oak stood proudly and fought against the storm, while the yielding Reeds bowed low. The wind redoubled in fury, and all at once the great tree fell, torn up by the roots, and lay among the pitying Reeds.
Moral: Better to yield when it is folly to resist, than to resist stubbornly and be destroyed.
Take some time this weekend to consider:
Are you a Giant Oak unwilling and unable to bend due to pride and foolish tenacity?
Or, are you like the Reeds flexible and open to what the winds blow your way?