The hard drive of the mind

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“I know and feel my freedom. In this freedom, I rejoice.”
— Ernest Holmes, “Science of Mind”

It is so great to be free to make choices which can affect the lifestyle we have chosen to live. We choose what we feel is the best for us and if it isn’t, we can change that choice to something which feels and fits into what is taking place in our life at the now moment. When one lives one’s life in the now moment, then the choices one makes are for the now moment because living in the now moment creates one’s future.

One can look back at the past events as a learning experience but one does not have to re-live the events if they were not so good. One can download the events to the hard drive of the mind, which is the memory we all have, and keep that memory in mind as a learning experience.

But history doesn’t have to repeat itself. By keeping that memory in mind, we can always relate to it if a similar situation arises which needs our attention to get the answer needed...


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