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Obviously, when life feels out of control most of the time, YOU are out of control. Sure, there are plenty of factors that are beyond our influence, but MOST of the factors -- including the MOST IMPORTANT factors -- are in our court. And the ones that aren't are good opportunities for us to learn constructiveness, compassion, and grace.

In order to proceed in an effective and dignified fashion along the evolutionary trail, you need: (1) stick-to-itiveness, (2) self-honesty and humility, and (3) right resolve.

How determined are you? How constructive? How willing are you to look at your intentions, your attitudes, and all the higher elements that affect the outcome of what you do? How flexible will you be if you find something that needs to be changed in your approach? If you can control THESE factors, and make them work for you, then you can start getting the results you want, including permanent changes in your life and habits.

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