Choices give us power…
The more choices we give ourselves, the more power we have available to us. You can choose what you want to do, where you will do what you want to do. Who you want to marry, how many children you would love to have? The education you choose. We make choices about what we eat, drink, how we use our time, what we spend our money on, our appearance, the words we say, our actions, our public and private behaviors, our emotional responses, and our thoughts. Some of these choices will strengthen and empower you while others will hold you back in life.
Trust Yourself – This is one of the best ways to make good choices. Learning to listen to yourself rather than rely on opinions and suggestions of others is the first step to making choices that line up with your goals and values. Indifference is also a choice, and here are some thoughts of how it influences our life and directions…
Sometimes people do not notice the things we do for them until we stop doing them.
The world’s default position is indifference. Indifference is a cruel reaction to someone else’s pain. A person suffers, another person in a position to help ignores their “Inner Light”, accepts their “Greater Shadow” and ALLOWS the person to suffer. Why do we allow indifference to be so pervasive? Sin? Greed? Selfishness? Fear? Perhaps all of these things. I honestly don’t know. What can be said is that we should choose not allow indifference to happen. We should listen to our “Inner Light”, ignore our fears and help those who cannot help themselves. Indifference is the enemy. It is anywhere and everywhere. If we are not in a position to help, we should always allow our heart to feel unconditional kindness, love and empathy for that suffering person.
Our attempts to prove our indifference; just end up showing others, that we actually do care. It is a slightly confusing concept…If you are indifferent to what is happening around you, this means that you are not paying attention to reality, to what is happening around you, and you cannot defend yourself in case you are in trouble, since you don’t notice anything. Indifference can be used in a good way, in relationships, for example - You can determine his feelings by realizing there is a spectrum of emotions; kind of like the game at the fair that shows how strong you are. But i can speak individually with you on this subject, each case is different you can find me on skype, on the right sidebar. Take a look
Words are fruitless without a motion behind them.