Saturday, October 18, 2014


We make decisions every day. We are confronted daily with options. We must choose one or the other. We cannot have both. These options may include many of the following:

  • Being better versus bitter
  • Decisiveness versus indifference
  • Enthusiasm versus being lukewarm
  • "How we can" versus "if we can" statements
  • Saying "Get up" versus saying "give up"
  • Security versus risk
  • Overcoming evil versus coping with evil
  • Standing out versus blending in
  • How much we get done versus how much we attempt to do
  • Opposing darkness versus coexisting with darkness
  • Development versus destruction
  • Obtaining versus complaining
  • Committing versus trying
  • Peace versus strife
  • Choice versus chance
  • Determination versus discouragement
  • Growing versus dying
  • Demanding more of ourselves versus excusing ourselves
  • Doing for others versus doing for ourselves
  • Progress versus drifting
  • Priorities versus aimlessness
  • Accountability versus irresponsibility
  • Action versus activity
  • Solutions versus problems
  • More of God versus more of everything else
  • Being in Who's Who versus asking "Why Me?"

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