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The Cybernetic Nature Of Reality And Achievement

There is nothing to do but “Live quietly in the moment and see the beauty of all before you. The future will take care of itself.” Why do I start with that Paramahansa Yogananda quote with my own preamble? There is this reason: The best we can do is stay calm and take actions at right times. The worst we can do is just plain panic and try to “save face” or correct ‘wrongs’. As I write this article on the genuinely flight plan like nature of worthwhile achievement, I think to myself about all of my past failures, successes, lies, truths and all that came before and what will come after in my existence. I take a calm, objective and responsible controlled approach to it all, also.

When it comes down to the cybernetic reality of achievement, it is mostly temporary failures, constant adjustments, full understanding of what to genuinely do then the successful achievement or achievements that get you over all the work.

Indeed, rewards are the smallest part of success.

The largest part of success is work, climbing, achieving and doing. Honestly, ease only comes to the ideal cheater, and there is not any such thing in existence, all of it.

So, to the cheater: If you think you got away with it, look in the mirror, you did not get away with it. If you got caught, the most rational thing you can do is make adjustments in thinking and genuinely achieve something great without looking for irrational easy ways out of work.

The only “miracle cure” that causes achievement is activated attention and conscious suffering toward the goals you have. Let me explain, every genuine and rational goal is like a flight plan that needs constant adjustment, attention and work that takes a genuine sense of responsibility to achieve the destination, goal, or objective. The subjective measurement for this achievement is this: Am I (or you) honestly doing what it takes to achieve what I (or you) need to achieve on my (or your) own terms, or am I doing ultimate cheating to myself looking for “short cuts”, easy ways out or ways not to work right.

Think about it, this is the skeleton key to Wallace DeLois Wattles “The Science of Getting Rich”, “The Science of Being Well”, and “The Science of Being Great” all condensed into the paragraph before this one, for The Certain Way he writes about is not a miracle cure or panacea, it is an invitation to genuinely work right and in the right ways that create achievement in reality now.



Source by Joshua Clayton

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