Monday Momentum - Walking is just the practice of intentionally falling forward. The mechanics work as follows. Our body weight shifts forward, we move our foot, fall ever so forward, and then catch ourselves. We have done it so many times that we don’t even notice this basic process that is used every day. Those who progress most in their journey to full(er) living learn to adopt this same mechanic in their life, turning each personal “fall” into a paradoxical step forward. Transcendence enables us to see that not everything is as it seems, and embedded in all of our failings are the seeds for growth, character, and fullness. If we learn to catch ourselves when we fall, instead of truly falling, we find instead momentum. Everything can be the means to growth if we learn to see the opportunity presented.
THIS WEEK: What is an area of your life where you find yourself often failing? How can you reframe and reproach this area so that it becomes a means for personal growth and momentum?
All the best,
Steve Lawson - Monk Manual Founder
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