Your life – your responsibility

I am really grateful for the enlightening sessions which serve as a reality check for us. It works as a catalyst for us to dig deeper into our habits and mindset. I realized ample things about life from the short movies, deliberation, and real life illuminating insights by the facilitators and the members.
‘Soch’ movie taught us that in today’s on-the-go society especially with the demands of work and family life, we don’t feel grateful for our blessings but rather focus on what we don’t possess. But along with being aware of the reality of life, we have to cherish and live in the present moment with vim and vigor.

“Be happy in the moment, that’s enough. Each moment is all we need, not more.”- Mother Teresa
The true strength resides inside us so we should make responsible choices and take complete charge of our life. We are the sculptors of our life and we have the power to create what we need instead of merely waiting for it.
The short movies also showed the seamless transition from pain to power journey. Knowing the type of disease is important in order to heal it, in the same way recognizing the reason for pain is salient in order to embark on the journey from pain to power. This means we need to learn how to recognize the pain as it arises.
For dissolving pain, we need to step out of our comfort zone by making responsible choices.

“The 3 C’s of life: Choices, Chances, Changes. You must make a choice to take a chance or your life will never change.”                                                                      – Zig Ziglar
The choices we make have a major impact on the life we live. From a multitude of choices, make the right choices on a daily basis so that you may live an authentic life that is true to who you want to be. We need to take the steering of our life in our hands rather than being bothered by the ‘Ifs and the buts’ of society’. We can start taking charge of your life right now, instead of leaving everything at the mercy of circumstances or other people.

“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.” – Nelson Mandela

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