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the mind

All to often, I notice that the mind is neglected. The part of our human experience that deciphers our surroundings is not to be taken lightly.

I believe that your mind can determine your life experience. I have met people that live in very similar environments. One is happy, and one is sad. It is all determined by their very own mind.

It all boils down to a decision: “Do you train your mind, or do you allow it to be influenced by outside sources?”

One of the worst decisions I can possibly make when eating breakfast is turn on the news. Stories of wars, poverty, viruses. Wouldn’t it be a better use of time to have a  conversation with my wife and son? This is how you can train your mind. Use it properly, and it will become an asset, not a liability.