The Greatest Moment of My Life

Peace Awaits

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The single greatest moment of my life was the moment I realized I could choose what to do with the rest of it.  ~ T Tagg

In the third blog post from my forthcoming book The Path to a Peaceful Heart, we take a look at one of the greatest actions you can ever take in a lifetime…the application of Choice.

Step 3 or Letter A in the PEACE process, the application of choice is part of the culmination of steps I took over a thirty year period to find understanding, clarity, and finally peace from childhood adversity.

The PEACE process can be applied to anyone’s life in any set of troublesome circumstances. It is a universal model to use and apply to your own situation for tremendous perspective and insight. The PEACE process also provides a helping hand for those who have struggled to find awareness and understanding from the tough times that life has dealt them.
The Path to a Peaceful Heart will pull you up to a higher place in life.

The third step in the time tested PEACE process is:

Apply Choice – (Excerpt from THE PATH TO A PEACEFUL HEART)

There was no doubt in my mind, after I took the Step 2 self-inventory, that my current life was still greatly affected by the pain of my childhood. I still felt like a powerless product of my past, forever doomed to be broken and alone.

While I was in the midst of the trauma, I blamed my abuser. I also secretly blamed myself for not being able to do something about it. After my abuser departed my life, I continued the pattern, always blaming other people and circumstances for whatever wasn’t working in my life. As long as someone else was to blame, that meant I had nothing to do with it. In a way, that felt really good, not having the responsibility.

When I accepted the power of choice in my life that meant I had to accept responsibility for everything else as well. My actions, my behaviors, my words, my thoughts all became mine the day I met Choice. Choice isn’t prison, it’s an unchallenged freedom to make your life work for you on your own terms. At the end of the day, what could be better that that?

Stay tuned next week for Part 4 and the Letter C excerpt of the PEACE process. Until then, apply the power of choice to your life and be kind to yourself.



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