Imagination and the power to choose

Through imagination, human beings have the power to visualize uncreated or unrealized worlds of potential that lies within every single human being.

Through our conscience, what Freud used to call the super ego, we can come in contact with universal laws or principles and when we connect them with our own, unique singular talents and ways we can contribute to our happiness and the happiness of others, we are able to write our own script in our lives and not be at the mercy of circumstances.

Yes, there are many, many things we can’t control in life. Some good, many even bad ones. But what we do have the power to do is to choose how we react to any event we face in life.

That is our biggest singular power.

Joachim De Posada

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Through imagination, human beings have the power to visualize uncreated or unrealized worlds of potential that lies within every single human being.

 

Through our conscience, what Freud used to call the super ego, we can come in contact with universal laws or principles and when we connect them with our own, unique singular talents and ways we can contribute to our happiness and the happiness of others, we are able to write our own script in our lives and not be at the mercy of circumstances.

 

Yes, there are many, many things we can’t control in life. Some good, many even bad ones. But what we do have the power to do is to choose how we react to any event we face in life.

 

That is our biggest singular power.

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