Your Sense Of Life

Your sense of life is an endlessly complex sum of your interpretation of all the experiences you have had in your life.

You can imagine your sense of life as a large punch bowl.  The drink gets its taste not from the soda alone, nor the fruit alone, nor the alcoholic beverage alone, nor the syrup alone.  The drink gets its taste from the mix of all the components.  That’s what gives the drink its unique taste.

In the same way, your sense of life is a complete sum that incorporates your experiences in childhood, the love or lack of love you have felt, your early attempts at independence, your successes, and your failures.

Your sense of life is constantly being adjusted, or rather added to, by new experiences.  It is therefore possible to change your sense of life by the new experiences and thoughts that you add to it.

But changing the main flavor of a drink from pineapple to apple requires a lot of apple juice to dilute out the pineapple.  Likewise, changing your sense of life will require a lot of conscious effort.

If you have a sense of life that does not assist you in your pursuit of happiness, a sense of life that is irrational, or a sense of life that is limiting you in your pursuit of your goals, then you will want to change your sense of life by consciously feeding your mind with new thoughts.

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Table of Contents


I. Chapter One: Introduction to Life Planning


II. Chapter Two: Your Past



III. Chapter Three: The Influence Of Generations



IV. Chapter Four: Your Present



V. Chapter Five: Your Future



VI. Chapter Six: Your Alternatives



VII. Chapter Seven: Making The Decision

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