Life is unpredicable and outcomes are uncontrollable
LIFE IS UNPREDICTABLE AND OUTCOMES ARE UNCONTROLLABLE
Let’s face it: Life is unpredictable and outcomes are uncontrollable.
But I say "so what"?
BUT THIS IS WHY IT WILL TURN OUT - GUARANTEED!
Life, will, indeed, turn out well. Life is good and it is supportive if you have a clear, balanced view of the realities of life. You just are the one who needs to make it happen, as all the other pieces are in place.
The only guarantee in terms of results is that you are still capable of being happy even with undesirable outcomes occurring in your life. Undesirable outcomes will definitely happen in life, so we might as well accept it and stop using energy to resist it. Instead, spend the effort developing that capability of being happy.This is simply a process of going through all the key “disasters” in your life and seeing that you survived anyway.
If you carefully learn about life on a systematic basis (and absorb what is on this site), I guarantee you will be happy. If you learn life aggressively, then it will be more of the way you want it to be, sooner.
BUT IT TAKES YOUR COMMITMENT...
If you think this makes sense, then I ask you the question: How much time will you devote to making sure you get it?
___ Devote an hour a week to learning life, accepting that it will be slower.
___ Devote a 1/2 hour a day to learning life, and I'll get there in 5 to 10 years
___ Devote an average of an hour a day, do the necessary workshops - and get there in 1 to 3 years.
___ Devote ___ a week, accepting that it will take a time that fits the above.
I hereby commit to this, as a part of my life and my intention to make it the best I can, on this __ day of ____________, _____.
Notes for finishing this section, although there is already enough on the site....
Life is already good IF we see it....
what is a good life (and how do we make it bad?)
well it hasn't been so good so far...but
"I believe that if an undesired happening occurs that I will feel pain (be unhappy)."
The belief underneath that is "If I inflict pain, then I will be motivated to solve the problem."
Of course, the biggest problem is that you don't want to have pain - so I'd recommend you stop inflicting it on yourself in the first place!