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“We can always do things we put our mind to and sometimes it doesn’t even matter why; it only matters that we give it a try.” – Astrid Hardjana-Large

We are all told that our minds have the power to do great things and believing in this can be a tremendous challenge. We want to know the core meaning of this. Our sense of security depends on the answers because we want to know what we are getting ourselves into but in the end, knowing will not be of primary importance in our lives; getting to know through experience will be the greatest gift to receive in life. The questions can be put to rest because the main priority for living is experiencing. Through each opportunity to experience, we will be gaining new knowledge of our person and our environment to acquire the necessary skills for our survival.

Every new experience in life will awaken an awareness to the things that we do not yet recognize and taunt our sense of security. Many questions will arise to flare our doubts but it is the responsibility of our person to decide which thoughts to keep within our minds. When we choose to concentrate on our questions, we are opting to deny ourselves the freedom to explore our abilities and limiting our growth. When we accept the chance to learn, we are favoring the possibility of developing as a person and acknowledging the power we have been informed of.

When life comes to a halt, what would we like to remember? Would we enjoy the memories of discovering the abilities we did not know existed? Or would we prefer to relive moments of stressful doubt? Choose not to concentrate on what you are unable to do, include your individual precautions and focus your energy on the many lessons that are being offered to help you to evolve into the person you are meant to be. Go forth and live your lives fully, accepting all opportunities that life is entrusting in you.