What if life is like a menu? What if we get to order what we want or what we think we deserve every day? This interesting thought visited me the other day. I don’t know if I totally believe it–that everything is a choice and that we can have what we want, but I know that much of life is about what we give our attention to. Quantum physics has illustrated this time and time again. The more attention we give to something, the more we create it. So I had this imaginary waiter come to my table and ask, “Will madame be choosing pain and suffering or joy and love for her meal?” I laughed out loud because it’s absolutely at least partly true, maybe even mostly true. Let’s choose what we want from the Menu of Life before we get up in the morning and see what we’re served through the day.!
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