Wisdom-and-consequencesOne of the books that I’m reading at the moment is Wayne Cordeiro’s “The Divine Mentor.”  In it, Wayne reminds us:

“Life has given us two very effective teachers. Both are topflight instructors, but neither comes cheap. While both are effective, both require something of us. We have to choose one or the other, and if we choose neither, the second will be chosen for us. The teachers are Wisdom and Consequences.”

Wisdom and consequences.

You can commit your life to searching for wisdom.

You can learn how to make better decisions.

You can do the work and pay the price required to gain the instruction that you need to live your best life.

You can develop strategies and take action that will help you to maximise your potential.

Or you can suffer the consequences.

You can live in ignorance.

You can repeat the same year over and over again.

You can go to a dead-end job and wonder why things don’t get better.

Wisdom and consequences.

Both of them are difficult.

One of them is inevitable.

Which one you get is up to you.

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