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Wouldn’t it be very cool if we based our choices on if some action or thing felt good? I made a choice yesterday to miss a meeting of a group I belong to. I based that choice on one criteria–does it feel good when I go? And I thought, it–the meeting–feels awful and worse each time I go. Nothing should feel awful.



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2 thoughts on “Choices

  1. People may underestimate the impact of feelings in their lives. What we feel or not will highly influence outcomes.

    Consider the case of spontaneous invisibility. Some people fear situations to the point where fear takes control. They wish they weren’t somewhere so much, that people seem to pass by them or treat them as if they weren’t there. Ever hear the phrase, be careful what you wish for? It makes sense to behave in ways that reinforce good vibes.

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