Building Blocks to Growth by

Every experience we have is a building block toward what we want in our lives. If we can embrace everything that happens, we can relax and follow our natural path to growth.

Have you seen a child playing with blocks? They are mesmerized by all the different shapes, colors, and sizes of each block.

They take each block in their hand, looking at it closely with wonder. Some blocks will be their favorites, but they will soon let it go and continue playing with the others if even a favorite one rolls away. They start experimenting with the blocks, piling block upon block to make different designs. If one block doesn't fit, they reach for another.

When their creations fall, they might frown and show a transient expression of disappointment, but then they realize it just means they can build a bigger one. Once they see that all towers eventually fall over, they will happily knock over their creations themselves to create new ones.

Finally, when it is nap time, they will take one last contented look at all they have done and nod off to dream.

Like children, let's play with all our blocks, experimenting with even the ones that don't seem to be the 'best.'

We limit the ' towers ' height and breadth if we focus only on a few blocks and not try out all of them.

Be a wide-eyed child again! Be free! Be joyful! Enjoy playing with all your blocks to build incredible towers, and find your natural course to what you desire and be content.

Use each experience in life as a building block to move towards growth.

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