“As the spider begins to thread it’s web diligently with purpose and intent, becoming tired but knowing it must finish. Coming up with a creation that will hold firmly and not budge when a fly frivolously fly’s into the grasp of a well spun trap. The web connects with it’s entire surrounding so well that escaping may be virtually impossible. Making connections with all purpose into building the web, the spider knows that this is the foundation of it’s survival.”
There’s a reason they call your connections with others your “network.” It’s an entire structure of who knows who. If you were to sit down and create a chart connecting yourself to who you know with who knows who, you’d have a pretty big web of connections. Realizing that you really may know someone who knows someone, who knows someone, who knows you.
Your connections with others eventually forms a web of friends, resources and social construct. Based on who you know can determine what you decide to do with your future, dictate what kind of activities you contribute your time to and even decide what you do within your own daily routine.
Question For The Day
Are you building your own web of connections? Do you do your best to connect with others?
The connections you have with others will have an effect that last a life time. Remember to choose wisely who you spend time on.
Remember this: Spend time on those who want to see you do good.
Do yourself a favor, tell yourself you love yourself. This begins the process to being able to give back to the world and to connect with others.
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Written By: Will