Have you ever wondered if there is a master of the universe? Is he/she/it pulling strings the same as a puppet master? Is it random or is it planned? Have you ever wondered? Well for gosh sakes stop wondering and start wandering through the bountiful choices available.
It is wonderful to have the ability to think and question. It helps humans create all measure of interesting tools and then use them to build even more interesting structures and things with which to amuse ourselves. But intelligence does not really influence our emotions. Intelligence often cannot answer the biggest questions. The “why or what” questions of life can be our biggest distraction.
But we do not need to live a life of distraction. We can instead choose to live a life of attraction. The distracted person questions, the attracted person chooses.
When we find ourselves distracted things become vague. “What is the meaning of life?” is an excellent example of how to distract ourselves. The question can never really be answered and yet we can choose from a thousand apparently good answers. In this way we can resume the question anytime we want and this is what I mean about distraction. We keep coming back to the same things over and over again.
When we find ourselves attracted things become clear. “I am going to take that new job.” is an excellent example of when attraction is working in our life. When we find ourselves with choices, we are attracting them. When we find ourselves with limitations, we are attracting them. When we desire more positive energy in our lives then we create it by moving with a positive energy flow through life. Whatever we put out into life will always be returned to us. The universe can only respond in kind. And I create my universe as always kind.
So today I put myself in good hands. I enter into a contract of renewal. I am renewed by my own choices. Today I choose to be positive about all aspects of my life. I am aware and rejoice in the fact I have the power of creation and I choose to use it to create the life I love to live. And so it is.