The Universe: It is a dance of energy, made of thought, atomic structures and star dust. Not only that though, reality is what we make it, it does not make us. I personally feel that reality is as benevolent or malevolent as all of us affirm it to be. Indeed, we finally are in the driver seat although outcomes and realities at times take a whole lot of energy, time and “Cocoa Beach Rat Removal” to appear. What I mean by “puzzle” is as follows: We all have the exact materials to use in fact that are thought, action, creation, matter, energy, space, and time. Although some may agree or disagree with me, everything in existence consists of these basic and realistic construction blocks.
Reality in itself may be controlled then, for the force we generate within ourselves ultimately is stronger than the forces I mentioned and that force is ultimately consciousness. Without understanding, what’s asleep to greater possibilities. Without consciousness, choices can’t be made, nature defaults fully.
I mention this edition of the seat of the driver to tell you that consciousness is the force of nature that controls reality, and however chaotic or disjointed it may look. Like a flight plan you may go off course from time to time, but you’ll always make your destination if you go toward it, making adjustments and keeping track all the while. In the event of the mentioned fact, results are significant, not the way you get there, unless you do something illegal, damaging or worst.
Life is a value decision. And we must live up to the name first in our souls, then in our minds, and in physical reality.
Generating results is the goal, failure is merely a temporary stepping stone. Existence is as good or bad as we allow it to be good or bad. I remember this George Orwell book called “Animal Farm” and that I just have to say this: When we let permanent failure to overtake us give up, we also give up our chance to genuinely succeed. If we are persistent and clinic persistence, and never quit. We end up great or excellent.
To end on an Earl Nightingale note: We are what we think about all of the time anyway.