Gandhi believed that "A man is but the product of his thoughts. What he thinks, he becomes." Some cultures embrace the concept that each of us was born into this world with a fate or destiny and others are convinced that nothing has been preordained and life is what we make it. Then there is another school of thought that believes that the truth is somewhere in the middle and that each of us is born with a purpose in this life, but whether or not we live that purpose is up to us.
The more scientists research life and the components that create life, the more information and theories exist; but no matter what the theories or modality are, somewhere in the midst of them is the reality that our thoughts and emotions are at the helm of our lives. As the saying goes, life is 10 percent about what happens to you and 90 percent about what you do with it. And the power in that 90 percent resides within our thoughts and perceptions.
For example, some people who get a diagnosis of a disease such as cancer will see it as a death sentence whereas others will see it as a challenge and an opportunity. In each case, it is the person's thoughts and perceptions around the situation that will create the course of action and the outcome
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