You are accountable for your life. Good or bad, successful or
unsuccessful, happy or sad, fair or unfair, you own your life.
now accountable; you have always been accountable, you will always be
accountable. That is how it is. That may not be how you want it to be,
but that is how it is.
If you don’t have a job, you are accountable.
If you don’t like your job, you are accountable.
If you are overweight, you are accountable.
If you are not happy, you
Whatever your life circumstance is, accepting this law
means that you can no longer dodge responsibility for how and why your
life is the way it is.
Bottom line: You are not a victim. You are
creating the situations you are in; you are creating the emotions that
flow from those situations. Whatever choices you make in this world,
those choices have results.
Your thoughts are behavior too. If you
choose to stay with a destructive partner, then you choose the
consequences of pain and suffering.
If you choose thoughts contaminated
with anger and bitterness, then you will create an experience of
alienation and hostility.
When you start choosing the right behavior and
thoughts — which will take a lot of discipline — you’ll get the right