No, this is not a sales pitch for some retirement plan or to push for you to invest in precious metals or some get rich quick scheme.
We are addressing something far more significant and profound, that interpersonal guide that directs your decisions, choices, and directions. This personal guide is often referred to as an inner voice, thoughts or conscious.
You hear these thoughts when you face the urgency of a major decision, a decision that would have a significant consequence in your life.
Every persons alive, has this internal decision making process. However we are not addressing this process in our discussion, but rather the overall guide in the projection one’s fulfillment life and mythology of living your life.
We will not be discussing the many personal and religious beliefs that distinguish individuals both morally and culturally. We will consider the many times unspoken, thought process that people seem to rely on when making both short and long term decisions. More details please visit:-https://www.dominiquevereecke.be/ https://outlethomedezign.nl/ http://liveasianwebcams.nl/ http://amateurtjes-sexfilms.nl/ http://gratishardcoresexfilms.nl/
This mysterious thought process often has a manifestation in the way people regard themselves when it comes to the final outcome or fulfillment of their own life. People often make choices or adopt life styles changes without any significant planning, or strategizing. They then summarize the logic their chosen course by saying; “we will just wait and see what happens.”
This seemingly irresponsible approach to the seriousness of life is applied to a wide range of personalities, cultures and educational backgrounds.
1. As an example, I spoke with a young man regarding his plans for the future. He was an educated professional, working for a small company at a medium salary, married to a working professional nurse, with one child.
With no plans for investment, starting a business, or hopes of major inheritances, he stated that he was sure that he would be a millionaire by the age of sixty. He said, “I just have a feeling.”
2. Many other individuals place their life’s success or fulfillment on their believe in God, in the fairness of the fates, or the luck they have had in the past, further confessing that due to their own personal goodness in life, God, the fairness of fate, or luck, would eventually impart upon them extreme success and prosperity.