For every action, there is a reaction. Which makes choosing the right actions pretty important, even when the actions are pretty ordinary.
I search for something vibrant to cheer me on a gray gloomy day, and I’m rewarded.
I stand in mountain pose, leaning neither forward into the future, nor backward into the past, and I am in the moment.
When I choose the right actions, the most satisfying reactions follow.
I clean the refrigerator shelves and drawers, and I’m motivated to buy fresh vegetables and fruit.
I walk, I look, I see, and I find something to shoot. Something so unremarkable others would pass it right by.
In a lifetime of choices, making the right ones predisposes pleasure in the results.
I scan the refrigerator stocked with fresh greens and ripe avocados and I’m hungry for a nutritious salad.
I push off in twelve inches of fresh snow to ski down a blue-black run, and I am alive, focused, exhilarated, there.
I sneak a read of the first six pages of a newly-acquired novel, and I’m inspired to finish writing my own.
When I choose the right actions, the most satisfying reactions follow. In a lifetime of choices, making the right ones predisposes pleasure in the results. ♣
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