Awareness, Choices, Growth, Personal Resonsibility, Quotes

Results Remain the Same but Choices Can Be Changed

“You are free to choose, but you are not free to alter the consequences of your decisions.”

Ezra Taft Benson

Every day we choose. And those choices are linked to corresponding consequences. When we decide we want a better today, we’ve got to choose better over and over again, for every minute and every second. We’ve got to do our best. We may struggle, we may fail but we must continue to repeat, until we do choose differently and it starts to happen with less effort.

If we quit striving for change, the consequence remains the same, and that is a choice too. ❤️

Keep it Simple,

Just Teri


13 thoughts on “Results Remain the Same but Choices Can Be Changed”

  1. So much wisdom here. I have a friend who is struggling with consequences right now. And I just want so badly for her to start linking the consequences to the choices…but it’s a process that must unfold for each of us on our individual journeys. Love and light to you!

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    1. Thanks Bella❣️🤗

      Well, the beginning really stinks. It’s the hardest part but once I’m up over the hump, the most difficult part is behind me 😉

      It’s just staying committed to get up to that crest to see the other side😂 ❤️

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    1. Awesome❣️👍🏻 I can’t wait to read yours. The first of the year does inspire a desire to make improvements!

      I enjoy seeing thoughts and ideas from a multitude of different perspectives. They’re as unique as the author and always an interesting way to see the same thing, from a different angle.

      Thanks Jeff – I love interacting with the comments 😁

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