It’s been said that to carve an elephant from a block of wood, all one needs to do is cut away everything that does not resemble an elephant.
It would not do to lament the corners of the block or the shavings of wood that are cut away. They are not elephant shaped, so why would you want them?
To hold on to things that do not serve begs the same question: why would you even want them?
I took some time off from writing this blog but now, on a rainy day in Easterville, I have something to say.
It was time to clean house because the elephant had become unrecognizable.
Asking people for things they don’t have with the persistence of a dog scratching fleas is, well, exhausting to say the least.
The definition of insanity after all is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
I could keep on keeping’ on, waiting for people to change while time keeps on slipping’, or I could change and the latter necessarily meant it was time to boss-up with no remorse for the blood in the water.
You know what I’m talking about.
If your elephant is integrity, why do you rationalize?
If your elephant is honesty, why are you willing to live a lie?
If your elephant is better relationships, why do you pursue people who are less than worthy of your attention?
If your elephant is enlightenment, why do you stay asleep?
The alarm is going off, it’s time to wake up.