Wresting Color From the Canvas: House Rule #18
Sep 11, 2017 03:04PM
● By Corey Starliper
Earth is a school and daily life is our classroom
Our teachers come in many forms
We learn best through direct experience
Failures are the stepping stones to success
Lessons reappear until we learn them
If we don’t learn the easy lessons, they get harder
Consequences teach better than concepts
Only action brings ideas to life
We can control efforts, not outcomes
Timing is everything
What goes around comes around
Little things can make a big difference
Play to your strengths
To transform your life, change your expectations
Judge with compassion
Simplicity has power
Life develops what it demands
Every choice leads to wisdom
I apologize for my recent sabbatical. I've been trying so hard to polish up this rule, been trying so hard to shine it, to make it seem more than it really is, to make it stand out against the rest.
To be honest I'm wondering (theorizing)...did the wait scare a few readers off?
Well here it is, after all this time:
Referring back to House Rule #7, we are reminded that knowledge is latent, and that wisdom comes through experience.
Every choice that we make leads to wisdom. And it's really that simple.