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miWisdom today… Only a fool expects the world to remain the same and constant, and then bases their choices and decisions on what they already know. This type of thinking is entirely based on past experiences, based on that which has long gone and that might not apply to the present moment. You must instead be constantly vigilant to all the new information presented to you and the changing circumstances that life brings your way on a daily basis.

Every new choice, decision and action must be made in the moment based on what you know of the moment, and not what you knew of your past. If we do not take the time and make the effort to study, take into account and reflect on everything that has changed from yesterday, than we will simply fail to see the light of new opportunities that are coming our way.

Look at every piece of information, every person, every sound and sight that enters through your senses, and begin to understand that life isn’t what it used to be, it isn’t what it was, it is, and has rather changed, and what worked for you in the past may not result in your desired outcomes in the present.

People change… the World changes… and so do You. Your choices and decisions must change too.

  • Do I understand that people change, environments change and circumstances change? As such, my strategies should be adjusted accordingly.
  • Am I basing this decision on my past experience or rather on current information presented before me?
  • What is it about my present environment that could assist me in making the best decision here?

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miWisdom today… It is not usually the decisions or actions that people regret taking but rather the results of their actions and how these outcomes have impacted the people, events and circumstances of their lives.

On a deeper level of understanding you will find that people wholeheartedly support the decisions that they make and actions that they take. If the outcomes are satisfactory and to their liking they will feel secure in their decision and action making process. On the other hand, if their outcomes contradict what they expected, they will regret their decisions and actions. Yet it is not their decisions and actions that they are in actuality regretting but rather the outcomes of these decisions and actions.

  • What are all the possible consequences or outcomes of this decision that I am about to make?
  • How could my decision impact other people both directly and indirectly? What potential consequences could result?
  • How could my decision impact my life and circumstances? What potential consequences could result?
  • Is it the right time and place to make this decision or take this action, or will there be a better time in the future where the possible consequences are more in my favour?
  • Do I wholeheartedly support this decision and action no matter what consequences or outcomes may result? If so, than this is probably the right decision to make at this time?

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miWisdom today… When the chips are down and bad luck befalls people, they have a tendency to feel sorry for themselves. They wilt away into their comfort zones and everything begins to take on insurmountable proportions making reality look a lot more disheartening than it actually is.

  • Is this how reality is, or is it my perception of reality based on my current emotional state?
  • What would an outsider’s perception be of my reality? How different would they see it?
  • Do I understand that I am not helping myself by wilting away into my comfort zone?
  • What can I do in the moment to move me a very small step closer towards righting the wrongs?

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miWisdom today… Good fortune doesn’t always lead to a better life, nor does bad luck lead to a life of despair, suffering and anguish. It is not what happens to us but rather what we do with circumstances that makes all the difference in the end.

  • This seems like bad luck on the surface, however, what can I learn from it that will allow me to make better decisions in the future?
  • What possible hidden opportunities have now opened up for me because of this unfortunate incident?
  • What is a better way of looking at this situation that I haven’t noticed before?

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miWisdom today… In the world today, there are no Free rides. To make it we must create our own luck through persistent and creatively repetitive actions, rather than waiting for the right person or situation to fall into our lap.

  • From this day onwards, how will I go about creating my own luck?
  • What must I do persistently and creatively in order to get ahead in this world and draw the events, people and circumstances that will change my life forever and for the better?

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miWisdom today… It is very difficult to predict the consequences your decisions and actions will have on all those around you despite your most humble of intentions. This is known as the Pebble Effect. Some people’s lives will be touched for the better, while others lives may be thrown into turmoil.

  • Despite my best intentions, how could this decision or action effect those closest to me?
  • Knowing what I now know, is it still worth making this decision or taking this action?
  • Can I alter my decisions or actions in a way that will minimise any negative consequences?

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