What Would You Do If… ?

What would you do:

 

  • if you had the time?
  • if you had the money?
  • if you knew what needed be done?
  • if you gave yourself permission to believe in your own possibilities?
  • if you weren’t afraid?
  • if you had whatever you needed to be happy?
And if you were to spend some time reflecting on your answers to these questions, what would you do then? 
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11 thoughts on “What Would You Do If… ?

  1. Those questions remind me of the phrase I found in the internet: “What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?” I think it’s very powerful and leads me to the right direction.

    I’d do my best to fulfill my dreams.

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    1. I wish you luck on your path Monika

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  2. Move to Valencia and write. After finishing the Camino de santiago del Norte of course. And make a life of traveling and writing.

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    1. They sound like interesting ambitions Pablo. Good luck!

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      1. Thanks, I’ll need it! 🙂

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  3. Yo haría una obra de arte.

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    1. Me parece una buena idea. No sabía que te gustería ser artista.

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  4. I need to answer these questions in my spare time. Thank you for bringing them up!

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    1. No problem. Thanks for popping by. I look forward to hearing how you do with your answers.

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      1. I answered the 6 questions you posted: https://onegirlsjourneytofreedom.wordpress.com/2015/07/17/what-would-you-do-if/

        Thank you so much again for writing this post. I thought hard and answered some of my own questions about life’s purpose, meaning, and happiness.

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      2. I liked your post and it’s nice to know that my post spurred you on to write yours. I agree that especially that happiness is not a question of geography. It took me a while to figure that out and even though I now live in the south of Spain and have lived in other countries, that is not ‘happiness’ in itself, but it is undoubtedly an element. However cheesy it may seem, happiness is very much an attitude. Thanks for posting.

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