Saturday, April 20, 2013
You can learn a lot from scars.
After acquiring them for decades, it is possible - if you have been alert - to spot empty promises and schemes that are a tad too clever. You can sense the "all hat, no cattle" types and those who will never "get back to you."
You're aware of how today's witty line can become tomorrow's snare and there is no reluctance to pause and consider what is really going on.
Scars can teach you to pay attention to the intangible as well as the tangible and to listen for the values behind the words.
For those of us who like to dream, they are reminders of reality.
Posted by Michael Wade at 7:35 AM