“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” — Mother Teresa
Most people believe that if they can control the frustration and anger that life hits them with, they would be happy. Circumstances happen and as over the years, I have found that life is not fair. We rant, rave, complain, blame, our circumstances on our environment forgetting that our choices that we make on a daily basis result in where we are today.
Sometimes that are just too many things to control and there is no possible way for us to handle them all. However, how many times do we try to control the things that we can’t control? We talk to our friends and family about world events, we solve the world’s problems, and when it is all said and done, we look back at the time we wasted when it could have been more productively spent working on our own personal development.
Life is constantly changing and when we try to control our circumstances, it is like trying to juggle too many balls at one time and then trying to add 1 more. This adds to your frustration, anger, and disempowering state. Wouldn’t it be easier to work on your own personal development?
Let’s consider the following example, highlighting why the MasterKey program of your own personal growth can change the world.
Imagine 100 people who are constantly complaining about their current state of the world. One day they collectively decide they’ve had enough. They learn how to undertake personal development to change their lives.
Within a few short months, they have stopped talking about world politics, the nasty landlord, and the arrogant spouse and are now open to embracing life instead of being mired in their problems. They start to act from a place of love, peace, and joy.
I have seen evidence of this with my family and friends and those in the MasterKey program. You’re changing the world by the use of the immanent mind to coincide with what you wish to see in the world.
It’s an inside-out job.
“You don’t have to change the world. You just have to change the way you acknowledge the world by looking at it from the inside out.”