90% of our happiness . . .

90% of our happines and 90% of our misery comes from our choices.

Matthew Kelly

Think of the many times we make choice that we regret. It does not have to be a big choice. Something as simple as “Should I have that 5th cookie I’ve been looking at for the last 5 minutes?” or “Should I watch this television show even though its late and the show isn’t very good?” can cause certain amounts of misery in our lives. The nausea that accompanies eating five cookies or the exhaustion we experience when we wake up after staying up late watching TV make us feel miserable. So, think be for you act. Ask yourself, will this truly make me happy or will I regret it later?


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