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Your Life Experiment

You can take action, or you can procrastinate. You can go for it, or you can make excuses why you can’t. Going for it can be scary, but ultimately it’s much more fun, and significantly more fulfilling.

Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Don’t be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment.” An experiment implies that action is being taken. Even if the experiment is to sit totally still—that is still action being taken.

There is no difficulty you cross paths with that you can’t do something about. Some experiments are larger, some are miniscule. No matter what the size of your challenge—do something—take action.

All your experiences bring you learning—if you are paying attention. Do you know people who blindly stumble through life and just don’t get it? You may have even labeled them “clueless”? Simply—that’s just not paying attention.

It’s like listening to another person. First you must perceive the speaker. Then secondly, you must choose to attend to them and what they say. Listening is a choice. Being clueless is a choice. Attend to your experience, and you will have learning.

Your life is not about just surviving—it’s about thriving, and creating. There are many things that you can do in a unique way. You can bring a new perspective. Your experiments not only bring you learning, but can open others eyes at work, home, church, recreation—everywhere.

As Emerson said, “Don’t be too timid…all life is an experiment.” No excuses. Your actions make life more fun and fulfilling. Never short change yourself—step up and go for it. This is how you will become all you are capable of being.