“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” says Charles Dickens in A Tale of Two Cities (Dickens, 1999). What Dickens negates to tell reader is that be it the best or worst of times is dependent on radical responsibility of choice one exercise’s in life. Radical responsibility pertaining to words one by choice calls forth, thoughts which by choice one contemplates, actions which by choice one implements. Radical responsibility of conscious choice creates one’s life. Be it the best or worst of times depends not on one’s life circumstances but on one’s conscious choice. Life’s unfoldment depends on radical responsibility of conscious choice one embodies, envisions, experiences. It is not one’s level of consciousness that matters for there are no levels in consciousness. What matter is knowing of truth that beliefs are one’s keys to transcending conditions. Conscious choice makes a difference in one’s life. One’s life makes a difference in the world.