Friday, August 3, 2012
No.13 Sublaw of Reserve: You are an ocean wave
Think of yourself, for a moment, as a huge reservoir, maybe stretching a mile across! Your edges are concrete and your water is dark blue and silver with occasional white horses and many ducks gathering on the far side. On the nearside, there are fifty little dinghys and a hundred youngsters come every afternoon, in their life jackets, to sail around buoys, race and practice retrieving ‘man overboard!’ Life is good; sailing skills improve, friendships blossom and ducklings arrive. You offer your water to everyone and yet nothing depletes your supply. Pipes draw gallons to households in the city nearby and the rain replenishes your levels to the brim again. You are a nature reserve. You can only be successful if you value yourself as such! Maintain your boundaries and welcome only healthy living pursuits.