Student: If I were able to redo today and act differently, would the day end up differently?
Teacher: When you respond to life differently, life reflects your new responses back to thee; therefore the day would end up differently.
Student: If I make the same foolish mistakes day in and day out, can I expect life to offer me lessons for my personal growth?
Teacher: If you make the same foolish mistakes, life must produce the same conditions and circumstances because life is your classroom, and until you graduate to the next level of living, you have to take the same class again and again.
Student: Well it seems that I waste my life getting caught up in trivialities, and my life shows it. What can I do?
Teacher: You must begin by becoming aware of and breaking free of your usual way of thinking. Break away from your memorized method of seeing things by continually asking, “How can I see things differently?”
Today’s lesson: Right efforts produce right results; foolish efforts place you back in the same classroom