Short term results…

The sun sets on another day… 

It is the dawn of a new year. A new year full of possibilities. We hear this every single year and every single year we react to it. I would rather play with the Luna more.

How should we react? Should we react with temporary ideas or permanent measures?

Temporary ideas drive us to solve only a small part of our year. They leave lots of room or modification and in doing so keep us from completing our task. We see this all the time when people think a short term change will make a long term difference. The most common I see are when people start the “best new diet” but don’t change their life is as a whole. I am guilty.

Permanent measures are something that change who we are. If we change the way we eat always from “I am on a diet” to “this is my diet” our lives begin to change. If we change our routine so that we do something daily like write or take a picture or take a walk or any of a dozen other things we change who we are always, if only a little. that small change can make a big difference.

I am nobody. Which by the way is a good movie. I cannot tell anyone how to live their life except me. You cannot tell anyone how to live their life either. It is their choice. If we modify our lives just a little maybe we can change in a positive way if we need to. Then again we may all be perfect just the way we are. I’m just saying. consider that before you run down and change. Don’t change for anyone but you, and don’t believe anyone’s perceptions except your own. Makes sense I hope.

So as the sun sets on another day you don’t need to change anything about you except what you want to change. If you do want to change then think about changing your permanent habits and not just going down a temporary path. I think it works but it’s up to you in the end. I hope you have an amazing evening whatever you decide. You are always the best you can be to me, no matter what.

Sleep sweet, love life, and live it…

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