As simplistic as it may appear, we must come to terms with the ability to simply say yes or no. The absence of such decisiveness is, I would dare to say, the cause of a vast degree of limitation. Those limitations affect us spiritually, mentally and physically because of two opposing factors:
Yes simply means action.
No simply means nothing.
How often do we really mean what we say? It takes a decisive mind − one which knows ‘Who I am’, ‘Where I am at’, ‘What I want’ − to determine the future course of events. It takes a decisive mind to determine our own happiness − and happy is he who is steadfast and able to say YES or NO ...
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