Watch your thoughts…

“Watch your thoughts, they become your words;
watch your words, they become your actions;
watch your actions, they become your habits;
watch your habits, they become your character;
watch your character, it becomes your destiny”

Trying to become better is not always straightforward road. Thoughts of improvement are great but its always a trade, you get rid of one thing to gain the other. You need to lose a part of yourself to replace it with the other. But I would like to take a step back and analyze the quote deeper:

Every single thought you have is forming a new connections inside your brain, the more you think the thought, the more stronger the neural pathway is getting. Our body and brain are always trying to conserve energy and be as efficient as possible. That is why the next time your will be talking about the topic that you were thinking about before, your brain will most likely use the pathway that you created before. This is how your thought become your words. Everything is a downfall from there, the stronger the connections are the easier is to turn thoughts into actions. The more you act upon the thoughts and words the more likely you are going to form even stronger bonds inside your brain and start producing dopamine while you think and talk about a subject. This is how your brain is rewarding you from using the pathway already there and doing the things that its familiar with. When dopamine is released you want to do more of the things connected with this action and you most likely form a habit. The sum of your habits is your character and the outcome of living inside your character could be called your destiny. From the beginning to the end, you are forming you destiny, every small thought, word

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