Remember consequences in your choices.
A basic fact-of-life. Two kinds: good and bad.
Your choices produce eventual conditions of life, which result in certain consequences.
Dr. Maxwell Maltz is founder of a mental health healing system called “creative psycho-cybernetics.” He describes the good and the bad within each and everyone of us.
Through creative psycho-cybernetics, you steer your mind to good, productive choices, conditions, and consequences in your life.
Each and every day, we make numerous choices. Our life is made up of an endless number of choices.
Would you say that you truly understand the importance of the choices you make?
Brody made some terrible choices in his life.
He abused his body with alcohol and drugs. He womanized, very unfaithful to his wife. He lied and stole money in his company.
Surely, the choices Brody made created progressive, unmanageable conditions in his life.
Yet before he experienced the damaging consequences, he rejected the well-meaning advice of his wife, friends, and relatives.
He kept denying that his choices and conditions determine his future circumstances.
Before he hit his 40s, Brody was sentenced to imprisonment while sick with HIV and early stage cancer and financial bankruptcy.
It’s a serious psychological and spiritual wake-up call for him, which reminds us of the saying,
“There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death” (Proverbs 16:25).
Ask yourself this question before you decide and act on anything:
“What will be the consequences of my choices?”
Choose life. Choose good.
Otherwise, you inevitably reap (consequences) what you sow (choices, conditions) upon your self.
Take a moment. Recall a time in your life when you finally understood this fact-of-life.
Remember consequences in your choices. Always.
“All men should strive to learn before they die what they are running from, and to, and why?” — James Thurber