Monday, October 29, 2012

Blowin' Up a Storm


Hurricane Sandy presents a serious threat to the most populous corridor in America.

Combine a fast-moving hurricane with 150-mile an hour, cold, jet-stream winds and a full moon (increases the gravitational pull on waves) and you get a storm seen once in a generation.

If you live in the path of Hurricane Sandy take the necessary precautions to stay safe.

Now that you’ve been warned…try this: Look at life through the same type of lens as you would a hurricane.

If you’re a reasonably intelligent person and you live in the path of a hurricane you would take precautions and, if you can, travel away from the threatened area. The dopes, or the people with few resources, hunker down and try to ride it out

How often do we take the same approach in life? We recognize threats in health, work, relationships, thought processes and sources of joy and we….hunker down and try to ride out the dangers instead of taking precautions and/or moving away from the bad stuff.

We all have hurricanes in our lives. How do we face them?

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