December 3: The Information Age

We are currently living in the Information Age.  Anything we want to learn about, see, hear, research, or share with others, is only seconds away, and available to us at any moment that we so choose.  It is amazing!  It is a blessing or a curse, depending on what we choose to focus on.  That which we choose to focus on, is what we get more of.  That which we focus on expands.  More of it is attracted to us.  What we focus on, we FEED.  What we pay attention to, we ENERGIZE.  What will YOU focus on and pay attention to today?

To live in the Information Age in ignorance is a choice.” -Dr. Joe Dispenza

We can expose ourselves to far too much, resulting in overwhelm, or we can expose ourselves to far too little.  The choice is ours.  The content we allow to occupy our minds each day, and what we choose to focus on, will absolutely determine our moods and alter the outcome of how our day goes.  Enough of the same or similar content, for days in a row, will become our main focus in our lives.  What we focus on will determine the quality of out thoughts, habits, and our lives.  CONTENT MATTERS.  We can choose to learn to constantly practice self-control, keep watch at the gates of our minds, and only allow that which will drive us, inspire us, and motivate us to accomplish the things in our lives which will make our lives even more meaningful, beautiful, and exactly as we want them.  WE are in control of our minds, thoughts and focus.  WE are in control of who and what we become.  WE are co-creators and co-conspirators with the Universe.


This life is an experiment in finding what works best for each of us as human individuals, in using the body and mind as tools to remember and rediscover WHAT we are, as we work on upgrading the WHO we identify as while in these bodies.

  Each day is a wonderful new opportunity to create ourselves into someone better than we were yesterday.

We have but one life to live!  It is up to us how it goes.  It all begins in our minds.

Do we have the empowering belief, “My life is in my hands,” or the negative, disempowering, repetitious thought that, “I can’t control anything?”

“I am the master of my fate.  I am the captain of my soul.”

-William Ernest Henley

It is through obtaining the right information, and becoming a better version of ourselves each day because of that information we are choosing to focus on, that we are able to more effectively help ourselves and others.  As we become more valuable we are able to add more value, and the more value we add to the lives of others, the more valuable we become.

Today I will remember to only allow into my mind the information which will help me think about, and focus on, that which will help and empower me to accomplish my detailed, written goals, and do my best to create the EXACT life with the EXACT results I want for myself and others.

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Remember:  Mindset matters.  Character counts.  That which we choose to consistently focus on is what EXPANDS in our lives.  WE CREATE our realities.

One Reply to “December 3: The Information Age”

  1. It’s okay to help, as long as we don’t violate important values like Confidentiality. We might as well learn more of this from health workers. Even if the whole system of informatics is at the front. Ethics is valuing consent and confidentiality. Breeching this very value I think violates your natural trust on yourself. It will always boomerang. If we don’t trust people that they know how to live and handle themselves, how can we trust our very own selves?

    Someone violated me, by taking a peek with my conversations to my family. He might he knew me based on my conversation with my mother. The thing is, my mother is the least person I can show my real self. I have thick masquerade in how I entreat with my mother, because she was the one who doesn’t value confidentiality.

    Gods thought that they see people well after breeching confidenriality. Some are just wrapped with layers and layers of identities to confuse the God who like to investigate himself with different roles. I can fool everyone when I know God is listening. But I would never never fool myself.

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