Every choice we make greatly influences our future; in essence, we create our reality through the decisions we make.
That is why it is so important to carefully wight your options and take the time to make an informed decision. Unless you are more of the spontaneous type of person. In which case, you already know what to expect from those types of choices.
What’s interesting is how the choices we make define some of our personality traits as well.
For example, the road you choose to take out of these three below can tell you some fascinating things about yourself. Examine the images and imagine yourself driving down these roads. Which one feels “right” to you?
Image #1: The Winding Road
Image #2 The Straight Road
Image #3 The Rocky Road
Read below to see what your choice means:
If you chose the Winding Road:
You are a very patient person. Your diligence in life pays off in ways you usually never expect. Some might consider you to be hesitant, or slow at making decisions, but you know that patience works for you so you stick with it. You always listen to your intuition and take responsibility for your shortcomings.
If you chose the Straight Road:
You’ve had your adventures in life and are ready for the smooth-sailing roads ahead. You are past that point in life where excitement and drama rule your every moment, and enjoy the quiet predictability of life. Some people might think you are boring at times, or “vanilla,” but you’ve learned to fine pleasure in the simple things. They’ll figure it out eventually.
If you chose the Rocky Road:
You have no problem facing tough decisions head-on. You enjoy adventure, and never knowing what is around the corner is a part of your daily life. Sometimes, that sense of adventure has gotten you into some tough spots, but each lesson has made you who you are today- and you are learning to love that person.
“I truly believe that everything that we do and everyone that we meet is put in our path for a purpose. There are no accidents; we’re all teachers – if we’re willing to pay attention to the lessons we learn, trust our positive instincts and not be afraid to take risks or wait for some miracle to come knocking at our door.” – Marla Gibbs
By Raven Fon for MysticalRaven.com