Making Choices

What can I see ahead of me for the next five years of my life? I can’t just drift. I never have. Barring the unexpected, and knowing when I visualize what I want to be may not happen, there are choices to make. What do I choose?
Faith and confidence or fear?
Beauty or drabness?
Color or grey-scale?
Health and well-being or dis-ease?
Curiosity or boredom?
Service or self-centeredness?
Expansion or contraction?
Gratitude or dissatisfaction?
Motion or stasis?
Love and connection or loneliness?
Abundance and prosperity or poverty of spirit?
Generosity or holding on?
Being in the flow or being stuck?
Love or fear?
We face these choices on a daily basis. I want to remember to choose wisely. Our choices make our life.