Vision and Action

There are probably ten thousand thoughts that come in a day, however most can only recognize a fraction of it.  As thoughts come into your mind, it comes in as different forms.  It could be useful or it could be a bit far fetched.  Or rather it could be only a figment of thoughts that doesn’t quite peace together.  Sometimes it is like a piece of a puzzle trying to find a link.  Though, when you sincerely come up with a vision, you can make it a reality. 

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Focus on the Journey, Not the Destination

Sooner or later you will get to a point in where you needed to go.  After a long journey in the road of life, you may come to realize that you are coming to the end.  However, the end is only a beginning.  Instead just look at the end as a new chapter in life where a new beginning can unfold.  While a destination can be a close, in actuality it is a fixed point.  Though it could just be a place where you know you have been and can put it under your belt as a reminder. 

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A Particle in the Great River of Life

It seems easy to go day by day going wherever the great river of life takes you.  It could have twist and turns around a mountain, but settled as a particle of the vast movement where all you can do is naturally flow in the direction of the current.  A particle has no way to move, because it is only floating as debris of a substance so small.  It is left with no fins, paddles, or oars to swim about in the water to know the surroundings.  Are you moving?  Or is it moving you?  Lacking cognition, it could take you anywhere and no where at all.  It could take you to a pond, other river beds, possible streams, or the ocean itself.

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The Blind Men and the Elephant

One contributes only a piece meanwhile we share the bigger picture…

A group of blind men heard that a strange animal, called an elephant, had been brought to the town, but none of them were aware of its shape and form. Out of curiosity, they said: “We must inspect and know it by touch, of which we are capable”. So, they sought it out, and when they found it they groped about it each made a discovery.

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