Friday, October 24th, 2014 Focus: I can moan, complain, criticize, and blame, or I can take a breath and flow through it.

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Native Americans would purposely burn down certain forests because the area needed cleansing, and the forest that grew back would be healthier. There is a wisdom in apparent destruction, which paves the way for ultimate construction.

I once saw a sign posted at a road construction zone, “The inconvenience is temporary. The improvement is permanent.”

When we are going through a period of temporary inconvenience, we can moan, complain, criticize, and blame, or we can take a breath and flow through it. Just keep watching the ocean, and you will find that the next wave is not far behind the last one.

Excerpted from the article:
The Tide Always Comes Back In
Written by Alan Cohen.

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