“The entire world is a narrow bridge; the essential thing is not to fear at all.”
In Hebrew, “Kol ha-olam kulo gesher tsar me’od; v’ha-ikar lo lifacheyd klal”.
Every day brings us new challenges and new obstacles to overcome. Do we shy away and hide from these or do we face them and step onto that proverbial bridge? This challenge can take on many forms and sometimes are not as obvious as we might think.
The inclination is usually to run and or shy away and either forget about it or delegate the supposedly impossible to someone else. That is not the way. Whatever the obstacle. Whatever the task before us…we need to face it. We need to do what we first thought was impossible. Take on the mission and march forth onto that bridge like we own it.
As the song says, “There ain’t no mountain high enough. There ain’t no valley low enough. There ain’t no river wide enough. .” In this case, to keep us from succeeding. As long as you KNOW you’ve got this. You DO.
Kevin “Doc” Burgess, Lean Sensei
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