April 2010 Archive
My guess is that if you live in the UK you are well aware that in a couple of weeks or so we will have a new government. The choice that you make when you place your cross on your voting slip won’t be the biggest decision that you have ever made but it will accumulate with everyone else’s to bring change, for better or for worse, for richer or poorer. Even if your choice is to not vote, that too will have an effect.
We constantly make choices throughout our lives, some good, some bad, some important, some trivial. Sometimes we even make decisions when in reality we have no right to make those decisions. These can often be made when we have a significant emotional experience or when we are very young. What often happens from there is that we forget that we have made that decision at a conscious level, but unconsciously we act out our lives as if the decision we made is the reality in which we live. Even when the reality is that it is not. Continue Reading »