BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015 by Dan Millman in EVERYDAY ENLIGHTENMENT

“At each and every crossroads you are free to choose the high road – by being kind to others, working hard, finding supportive partners, and following good role models. Or you may choose the low road – by burning your bridges, using drugs, or choosing destructive relationships. Your sense of self-worth tends to influence whether you choose to learn easy lessons or difficult ones, to strive or to struggle, to cave in to difficulties or rise above them.

Coming to appreciate your worth can, in some cases, dramatically improve your circumstances by changing the choices you make and the actions you take. And as you begin to treat yourself with more respect, other people begin to do the same, since we subconsciously “train” others how to treat us through messages we send through body language, tone of voice, and other subtle cues and behaviors. Discovering your innate worth and living from that place allows you to make more constructive choices – to choose the higher roads of life.”

Dan Millman, in “Everyday Enlightenment”

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