Last time I talked about decision making as a crucial element of our daily lives. I mentioned this in the context of moving on from different setbacks such as broken relationships.
I want to emphasize something today. We are a product of our decisions. Whatever happens in our lives, the decision making element contributes a massive percentage to the outcomes. That is why the decisions that we make over and over usually turn into habits.
Think of a day that things were too hard for you. You had no money and no food at home. What decision did you make on that particular day? And since problems are part of our daily lives, what has been your decision each time you face similar challenges?
To this thought, they are those who started with begging as a major part of their reaction to challenges they face to the point that begging became a habit. Others resorted to prostitution, others turned into thieves and others chose to just end their lives.
There are also those who took a different approach from the onset, finding a solution that’s self-reliant as a way to deal with their problems. This also becomes a habit. An independent mind, life and wellbeing. There are people who will sleep on an empty stomach than sleep on a stomach full with charity food or money from unfortunate deeds.
There is nothing wrong with begging or whatever sorry decisions in certain cases, but there is everything wrong with it when it becomes a habit. Teach yourself self reliance, you will never hate those with money akamapanga nayo ndalama yawo zomwe iwowo zimawasangalatsa.
Note: Munthu amene amakuthandiza atha kukutuma or kukuvula anytime.