This is the first blog for David Hallam.
From here on in, I will be posting various things that I enjoy, such as family, web, family history, technology and sport.
I may also find it hard not to post about various issues that I do not like or some interesting things I find a long the way in this rich life we lead....life.....
............Life is what we make of it.........
As individuals, we get to make choices in life. We always live with the results of the choices we make.
Part of the learning process in life is making mistakes and learning from them. Sometimes we have to make the same mistakes more than once in order to learn from them. And sometimes our actions look like moments of insanity because we do the same thing over and over again; and expect a different result every time.
Why Life Is What We Make Of It
This brings us back around to the main question, why life is what we make of it? Life is what we make of it because we are the ones making the choices, we are the ones taking the actions, and we are the ones living with the results of those actions. You are always responsible for your own actions.
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