Your decisions act on you and your environment to create your reality.

The more favourable decisions you make, the greater the positive impact on your reality. The metric of favourable decisions is how fruitful they will be in the long run. Eating a bag of potato chips may seem as if it's in your favour because it tastes delicious, but in the long run, those same potato …

Perceive

We don't see reality. We perceive it. The difference in seeing and perceiving is that latter is subjective. Perceiving means filtering whatever you saw and molding it into a model that you want to see. We can't control our objective reality, but having a balanced mindset can help us perceive the world in a way …

Illusion

An accommodating attitude helps us understand the world better than an expecting attitude. When we see things for what they truly are, the illusion of how they should be goes away. And we get to see the reality, as we should. Truth guides us. Illusion strays us from the path. Believing in an illusion feels …

Choice

Making realistic choices is better than making perfect choices because it accounts for unwillingness and failure. Perfect choice never gives you result because it is just so tough to follow through. Realistic choices bring change by walking on the path of least resistance. You walk more freely and slowly,but every step you take is forward …