The best way to end the day is to hit the sack. We’re already asleep, but our bodies are already asleep. So what if we are already asleep? No matter how much we try to wake ourselves up, no matter what we think of this as “self-awareness,” we are still asleep. Just like the time when you were trying to wake up from sleeping pills, or the time you were trying to wake up from your car crash.
We are what we think we are, don’t you think? We are the sum of our thoughts, don’t you think? We are the sum of our beliefs, don’t you think? We are the sum of our feelings, don’t you think? And on and on and on.
And on and on and on.
Just as we can have our thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and beliefs, we can also have our emotions. And just as we can have our thoughts, emotions, and beliefs, we can also have our feelings. The important thing is that we can choose to not act on those feelings. We can choose not to have our feelings, beliefs, thoughts, or moods. We can choose to do things that we know not to be right. We can choose to change our behavior.
In a sense, that is like choosing to not eat or drink. You can choose to not do the things that you know are wrong, or you can choose to do things that you know are right. Your actions are an expression of your feelings, beliefs, and beliefs. So you may be able to choose not to act on your feelings, beliefs, beliefs, feelings, beliefs, but you cannot choose to not act on your actions.
In the same way, we can choose to do something that is right. We can choose to be the best selves we can be. We can choose to not make excuses and we can choose to do what we know to be right. What we choose to do can be right because it is right-for-me or right-for-the-world. In the same way, we can choose not to do something we know we should not do.
So, is it moral to do something that is wrong? We could say that when we know we should not do something, we have to choose not to do it. But when we know we should do something we know we should do, we have no choice but to do it.
This is a common mistake, especially if you’re a parent or a sibling. When we know we should do something, we tend to automatically want to do it, and there’s no clear reason to stop doing it, no matter how painful it is or how much it might cost us.
The situation is a little different if youre a bystander. You’re not actually in control of anything, so you have to make the choice. You feel like you should do something, maybe because you have a good reason for how you feel, and you want to do it. But the thing is, you probably shouldn’t. The people you care about (your kids, your family, your friends) are depending on you to make the right decision.
You probably shouldn’t.