What is one thing you were previously sure of in your life that you now question?
Like a puzzle in which you discovered some pieces actually didn't fit!
Maybe a new perspective opened up to you or you had an experience or revelation that urged you to reconsider your former views. What changed your perspective and why?
I used to swear that everything happened for a reason. I thought that I had no control over outcomes and what those outcomes in fact created. However, now I believe that we need to MAKE things happen. We can just sit around and let life hit us, we need to hit life and make sure we become the best we can be by creating opportunities for ourselves instead of waiting for opportunities to come to us!
I really agree with the importance of recognizing that we are participants in creating our destiny and in fact, have a lot of power over the direction we go. I'm all about people being empowered so enjoy this answer! Thanks for participating. :-)
The only things certain are death and taxes. All else requires an open mind.
I grew up in the 1930's 40's and 50's - I was taught that if you behave yourself, work hard, and be a good citizen everything would be fine. Turns out that didn't work. You have to be pro-active and make things happen. I cringe at anyone saying to me "have a nice day" - it should be "make a nice day."
I was going to wait a while before going back to school now that I'm out the army, but after some recent configuring I have decided screw it: it's now or never.
I used to think that I am the best. But now I find there is always a better than the best.
My goals to become rich.
The things of this world are becoming less and less important to me.
I can see using great wealth, but having it and being identified with it, seems so unimportant to me any more.
by Benny Stiltner 7 years ago
Is there such a thing as "Absolute Truth"? Are you absolutely sure...??I am a firm believer in absolute truth. I find it quite difficult to believe that some will consider answering this question with a dogmatic and passionate "No" and to that response I simply wonder if they...
by Patricia Scott 7 years ago
At this moment, what is one thing of which you are certain?No question about it. You know this is so.
by THEmikeLO 6 years ago
If you could change one thing...If you could relive one moment of your life would you decide to change something in this moment? Or would you keep it exactly the same
by kallini2010 6 years ago
What is one thing you don't want to be discovered after you are gone?If you already know well enough that you don't want to leave certain things behind, why are you still keeping them?
by SEXYLADYDEE 6 years ago
Are you living your authentic life and do you feel fulfilled or is something missing?From the beginning I have always known that part of my purpose has been in the service of others. To that end I strive to learn as much as I can and then I share and teach. My main focus is on my spirituality, I am...
by qwark 8 years ago
...oh I have so many!
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