The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Obstacle and Objective

It’s common that discovering an obstacle on our journey is perceived as a problem.

It then seems to be a logical conclusion to remove that obstacle.

But is it necessary?

That’s sometimes the bigger challenge: noticing that a given obstacle isn’t a blocking one. That it only is there to distract.

If this isn’t noticeable, the obstacles can become the objective.

Whenever such an obstacle appears, it becomes an attention magnet. Indifferently from where it is found, there will be a reason to try to remove it.

Maybe because there is visible satisfaction in removing an obstacle.  Less than in continuing on an uneventful path toward an objective.



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