“The great attempt at unlocking the door in the darkness of the night with a key ring the size of Alaska. Key One: doesn’t work. Key Two: doesn’t work. Key Three: doesn’t work. Key Four: YES! GOT IT! Finally awareness of your surroundings settle in. The struggle in finding the key that fits triumphs over the sense of failure with each attempt shot down. Finally finding the key that works is a feeling that can not be purchased or rushed. Each time the right key is used, the hand stencils in the engravings of the key into the brain. The right key beings to be used the first time, every time.“
Having the Awareness of Your Surroundings
Not only is self-awareness essential for survival, it is necessary to progress. To be in tune with oneself requires attention to the smallest detail.
There seems to be a common thread with people who dominate a certain arena: self-awareness. You have Dale Earnhardt who was considered to be one of NASCAR all time best race car drivers. With all suspicions put aside, there is a high probability Dale had practiced day in and day out in his car. We can say that he was one with the car. Becoming so in tune with himself that he could literally melt into the seat and have the car do whatever he wanted.
The point here is to be aware of what is going on around you so that you can have a perfect view of life’s trials and tribulations. Many situations that we run into are similar with different scenarios. Once you know how to ride a bike, you can ride any bike simply by getting back on the bike and riding it.
Question For The Day
Are you aware of what you are doing, constantly learning? Are you paying attention to life’s lessons as they are presented?
Repetition with deteriorate failure and promote success.
If no one told you today: Have a great day. Always remember that you are great!
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Written By: Will