PONDER on THIS for Thursday, July 13th, 2017 by Don Miguel and Don Jose Ruiz in THE FIFTH AGREEMENT

“In every moment, you make the choice of what you want to keep, and what you want to let go of. But not with words. You don’t need to make a story, but you can if you want to. In your story, you can blame the whole world for whatever is happening to you, or you can take responsibility for your story, be the artist, see the story, and change it in whatever way that you want to change it. You can be rich, or you can be poor. It’s not important. You can have fame or not, and it’s not important. To have fame in the world of darkness I don’t think is fun at all. To be a ruler of hell, I don’t think is fun, but it’s a choice, and you can make that choice.

If you take responsibility for your creation, you can create anything you want in your life. You can rewrite your story; you can re-create your dream. And if you decide to put your live into your creation, you change all the stories that used to be a drama into the most wonderful, romantic comedies.”

Don Miguel Ruiz and Don Jose Ruiz, in “The Fifth Agreement”

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