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Thursday, September 23, 2010
Best day of life.....
Over the years, I have had several good and bad experiences. Looking back at life, I can pretty much go back to every decision of mine and find another possibility. The possibility- that might have turned a negative outcome to a positive one (or less negative for sure); and turned a positive outcome to a more favorable one. Recently I realized that (following the traditional mindset of learning from past and mistakes), I have been spending too much time on thinking about "WHY did I do that", "WHY did it happen to me", "I should have done it this way or that way". But now I realize that the inward focussed converations are sometimes pulling me down and becoming counter-productive to my intent of finding possibilities in pursuit of dreams.
I thought this through and now I have found something that is helping helping me come out of those "pulling-me down thoughts" very quickly and effectively. Here it is -
No one wants to make any decision that would result in a unfavorable outcome. So given the situation and the information available at the time of any decision; the path I chose was the best possible one. Later with the unknowns 'known', the decision made might appear to be 'not the best choice'. Although it is important to learn how I could have explored some more unknowns, but I need to leave it at that and move on. It is what I do from now on that will help me realize my dreams.
I now wake up and the first thing that I say (to myself) aloud is - THE BEST day to something in life is TODAY - and THE BEST TIME is NOW. I am at a better level of peace with myself.
I would love to hear your experiences with this thought.
I was born in the lap of Himalayas (Himachal Pradesh) in the home of educationalists. I grew up in an environment where asking questions was encouraged; and curiosity was considered foundation to enlightenment. I dedicate all my learning in life to those who encouraged me in my quest to “figure things out” and responded to my curiosities. Spiritual orientation helps me to accept possibilities beyond the realm of logic.