do like to think that I have a philosophy of life.
I'm not sure, though, that my actions fully reflect it,
that the choices I make present to the world someone who
is actually living his philosophy. If there's
congruency between my philosophy and the choices I make in
life, then the world will see a person who is at peace,
even when things seem to be going poorly. If there's
incongruence between my philosophy and my choices, though,
then I'm probably not living up to my responsibility of
making choices that reflect my life view.
going to make choices today, and I hope that they'll be
positive ones, choices that contribute to the peace and
love and compassion in the world, even in my own small
way. I hope that my feeling that life is to be lived
fully will be reflected in those choices, and that I don't
make choices based on whatever happens to be easiest at
the moment, or on whatever will benefit me the most if it
will hurt other people.
life is out there for all to see, and I can only hope that
people see a person who makes good choices that benefit
the greater good, and not just himself. I have a
responsibility to the world to be the best me I possibly
can be, and to be genuinely and authentically me--and
whether I am or not is definitely a result of the choices
I make, today and every day.
you see me live my life, I truly hope that you can get a
very good idea of the philosophies that guide my