The more I learn, the less I know.

Pain narrows perspective. Peace widens it. Since the acute pain of March 27, 2021, my being is more peace filled. I’ve experienced peace on the other side of acute pain. My belief has deepened. Does this make it true?

You have a worldview, a lens through which you make sense of the world. Have you authored your own or are you simply reacting to your upbringing, current environment, and how you feel at the moment? Time for a hard rinse within, friend?

Live hard. Love harder…

3 thoughts on “More…

  1. How do we get there without the acute pain? I have had the same experience and wonder how to help more people get there sooner, younger in life.

  2. In the Forward of Becoming BUILT TO LEAD, Steven Pressfield uses the term “pain” four times for good reason. Pain in its multitudes of forms is an intrinsic part of the builder’s journey.

    For those unfamiliar with Chet’s book — here’s Day 1: Why are you here?

    “Pain is inevitable. Misery is a choice.

    Becoming BUILT TO LEAD begins with a decision to replace chronic
    pain with more acute pain. We must each choose this for ourselves. The
    journey starts here with an honest look within. Slow down. Stop running
    from your pain. Stop numbing what needs, instead, to be uprooted and
    eradicated. Write honestly why are you here.

    Eradicate chronic pain. Embrace acute pain.”

    “God whispers to us in
    our pleasures, speaks
    in our conscience, but
    shouts in our pain; it
    is His megaphone to
    rouse a deaf world.”
    —C.S. Lewis

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