Thank you for dropping by. I think your dropping by means that you were meant to read today’s message (below) and ask, “What’s this got to do with me?” That has you being your own unassuming guru. Great!
I’m thirty and I hang around with the same rat pack guys that I hung around with when I was fifteen. The problem is that none of us has really done anything with our lives. I love those guys but I feel like I’ve got to make a move if I plan to get anywhere. I’m really stuck in the mud. What do you think?
A monkey was born on the ground in the jungle. His mother died during his birth and he was raised by an elder member of the monkey tribe with rickety legs. One who never climbed the trees. So the monkey was raised on the ground and had no familiarity with tree life.
One day, while talking with another monkey who was passing by, he said, “I have tried to find a better place to live but no matter where I go there are lions and tigers and hyena around.” The other monkey said, “Why don’t you try living in the trees where it’s safe from those predators.”
If you’re going to see the world differently, you are going to have to elevate your level of thinking. That’s a human being’s way of living in trees. You do that by finding friends who like the idea of trying new things and getting ahead in life. When you engage in conversations with folks like that, you’ll find that you’re climbing higher in your mind, and watch what happens next.
Blessings to you Henry, Rob
Hey again folks,
OK, so how many of you have been offered a helping hand by someone on a limb above you, but refused it? That’s worth noticing.
Blessings & love to all of you, Rob
Ps Your curious and creative nature resides above mindless obedience to lower level thinking