What Is Truth Week 9-2

Truth Is What You Make Of Life

TruthThe question “what is truth” always comes to mind when I read this lesson. A year ago as I studied The Master Key Part Nine I concluded that “Truth” is what we create. The more I study this the more obvious it is to me that I have created my reality both by design and by default.

I think Truth is what I believe my life is. To put it another way it’s what I believe I can achieve and what I deserve. It was by design that I achieved the things I did as a university teacher and a professional in the wildlife and wetland conservation field. But it was not a rigorous design process.

I had both desire and confidence and knew where I was going. I understood the requirements and the process required to get where I was headed. But the process was one thing leading to another. The choices I made at those decision points were to some extent by default. Fortunately the forks in the road led me to good places and I had a wonderful career.

I Define What Is Truth For Me

The process I have undertaken with the MKMMA to define my purpose from this point on has been much more consciously directed. I think I may have made different decisions earlier in life had I undertaken a similar exercise in my youth.

For instance, about the time I was to receive my Doctoral Degree I had the choice of staying at the university where I was teaching or taking a position with DU Canada, a wetlands and waterfowl conservation organization. I chose the position with DU Canada and went on to a great career in conservation.

My plan had been to obtain my Doctorate, get onto the faculty at a good university, undertake a research program, teach and train graduate students. My decision to join DU changed the course of my life. I relate this not to imply regrets, because I do not regret the decisions I made. They turned out to be good ones.

Define Your Truth Early In Life

However, two thoughts occur to me. One is that had I discovered later that DU wasn’t the place I wanted to be, I may very well have regretted making that decision. The second thought is that if I had more deliberately laid out my purpose and resultant goals in my youth, I may not have chosen to abandon the desire to continue the university based career. That doing so was not a disaster for me is to some degree fortuitous. Leaving less to chance and asking of yourself “what is truth for my life?” seems a great idea.

The point of all this is I believe that everyone would benefit immensely from engaging in the process of defining exactly what they want from life. Defining what is truth is an ongoing process. The earlier in life people undertake such a process the better. Living life by default does not seem such a good idea given the number of folks who live lives of quiet desperation.

I have begun to introduce some of the MKMMA and Think and Grow Rich exercises to my grandkids. It’s quite amazing how they respond. But it’s never too late to define your deepest desires and fan the flame to drive yourself toward their achievement.

Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming.

John Wooden

May the Power be Yours

T.G. (Terry) Neraasen


About the Author Terry Neraasen

Online marketer from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I come from a background in science with wetland and waterfowl ecology and management as both passions and vocation. I continue to be very passionate about wildlife conservation and protecting the environments upon which we all depend. I have been around the block with network marketing and affiliate sales. While I no longer focus on those areas of business I do promote the best MLM training I've ever seen- Go90Grow. It's all based on The Success System That Never Fails. I have graduated to online retailing of physical products. I'm a graduate and Certified Guide for The Master Key Experience which is the ultimate in personal development. Get in touch if you've a mind to. I'm always open to new things and new friends.

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