Who You Are
Continuing reading the book Conversations with God (book 1) by Neale Donald Walsch last night I came across the following paragraphs that I really enjoyed.
So long as you entertain the notion that there is something or someone else out there “doing it” to you, you disempower yourself to do anything about it. Only when you say “I did this” can you find the power to change it.
It is much easier to change what you are doing than change what another is doing.
The first step in changing anything is to know and accept that you have chosen it to be what it is. If you can’t accept this on a personal level, agree to it through your understanding that We are all One. Seek then to create change not because a thing is wrong, but because it no longer makes an accurate statement of Who You Are.
There is only one reason to do anything: as a statement to the universe of Who You Are.