The Choice

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We are all well aware that we have the ability to choose. It may not feel like it, but if we pause, we realize in fact, that it is the singular most true thing about each of us who can exercise our mind and will: being able to choose is our greatest power.

I have believed and taught this, but as I read Edith Eger’s book, The Choice, it strikes me how easy it is for us to relinquish and fail to mobilize this singular power of ours — well and…

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