we have as humans is the power to change.
Our everyday choices determine whether we live a empty, angry life or a life of meaning.
The book 'Power of Now' by Eckhart Tolle defines how living in the "now" can transform ones life.
By the way you can log on to Oprah.com and beginning March 3rd listen to a weekly session with Eckhart Tolle on his new book "A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose"
Viktor Frankl, author of Man's Search for Meaning said that in the concentration camps of Auschwitz, people would take the time to appreciate the beauty of the sunset. Not even the horror of the camps could rob the victims of their yearning to seek the divine through nature and beauty.
Simply by changing how we think and feel about ourselves, each other, and the world gives us the power to make that change.
We can take responsibility for our life and realize that we have the power to change.
How we feel about ourselves has a lot to do with how we see life. If we are full of self-doubt it will be reflected in our outlook and will get us down.
I will take the steps to make positive change in my life.