What is a snowflake? Something that is often too small to even know the outline without magnification. What is a grain of sand? Something so small it takes a number of them in your shoe for you to notice even standing on them.
People make homes from snowflakes. Igloos. Countless small things gathered together that make a home.
We have continents made mostly of snowflakes.
But who considers a snowflake?
The beaches and the deserts are made of sand. In concrete it plays the largest part, it is the purpose of the mix to hold these tiny grains together. Concrete is a word we use for what is real and solid, something that matters and to consider, but it is largely sand, something we discard.
What about the little things in your life? Consider them and you will find that the big things in your life are made of little things. Everything matters. Everything is connected.
You can't disgard little things and build a good life. A good life is made up of many little things.
There are so many things in your life that you overlook that are tools and materials you could build a grand castle of a life, but habit, routine and our society trains us to overlook and disgard them.
The resources you have are far greater than the goals you desire.
Take a complete inventory.
best and be blest,
Scott Hogue CChH
Scott Hogue is a Strategic Life Coach, an Author and a Certified Christian Hypnotist.