This quote makes me uncomfortable. Mainly because it just puts it out there in black and white. It eliminates all of the excuses and justifications and blame and it gets to the heart of the issue:
I am responsible for my life.
Whatever choices I've made - consciously or unconsciously; direct or indirect - have brought me to this place in life. I need to own that.
But it also means that I can choose to make changes. And that's where my focus is now. It's a little overwhelming and I'm not too sure yet where to begin. But I can feel the shift. Change is in the air and in my heart.