Thursday, April 15, 2010

Focus and Fillet of Fish

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Life is like eating fish. You remove the flesh and toss out the bones.

I have been under the impression that every lesson I learn must be immediately and comprehensively applied to my life.  But the light bulb went off today when I understood that I easily get bogged down by too much "truth stimulus".  

A lesson learned today could be for use 20 years from now.  I may be able to use the beginning of the lesson for my present and save the rest for my future. Focus is key.  Yes, there are a million good things I have in me to achieve; but great things need focus to achieve.  

Focus on greatness and God will bring along what's needed to take care of the good.  

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