The Context of Perspective

Chipping Away

Day after day, we chip away on the mountains of work or things we need to do in our lives at home.   A lot of people live in “unintentional isolation,” which creates some complexity with regard to our ability to be holistically better.

A few years ago, I read a book called The Curse of Blessings by Mitchell-Chefitz.  This week while considering what to write, I was thinking about how innovation comes from pulling information across domains.    I happened to pull this book off the shelf and when I opened it, I was pleasantly surprised to find this story.    I emailed the author and asked permission to share his content.   Have the courage to venture left or right!

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Curse of Blessings  Sometimes  the Right Story Can Change Your Life   Mitchell Chefitz   Google Books50

Curse of Blessings  Sometimes  the Right Story Can Change Your Life   Mitchell Chefitz   Google Books51

Curse of Blessings  Sometimes  the Right Story Can Change Your Life   Mitchell Chefitz Google Books52

Curse of Blessings  Sometimes  the Right Story Can Change Your Life   Mitchell Chefitz   Google Books53Curse of Blessings  Sometimes  the Right Story Can Change Your Life Mitchell Chefitz   Google Books54

Curse of Blessings  Sometimes  the Right C Story an Change Your Life   Mitchell Chefitz   Google Books55

Curse of Blessings  Sometimes  the Right Story Can Change Your Life Mitchell Chefitz Google Books56Thank you Mitch!

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  1. It is building the Kingdom. Everyone has a purpose and the combined purposes make a whole. The key to this Howie is what you have always said; TRUST. The fear of the monsters had to be overcome before venturing out and that means that you have to trust your instincts before you can go forward. Sharing of information was easier because they were all looking for similar paths which lead to what the truth behind the purpose was. Life is all about trusting first our God then with that trust ourselves then with others that have common purpose. Thanks Howie, you always come up with insightful postings.

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