We can ask this about many things – our world, our communities, our organizations, our families – in our own backyard, when something happens whether great success or abject failure manifests, we ask WHY?
We demand to know their causation. Yet betweenextremes, we don’t ask so often. We should. Many things are just good, just average or just OK, but could they be better, perhaps much better?
How can we know if we just accept things as they are?
I know about complacency. Sits on my desk. Alive in everything I postpone or ignore. True enough, some is just re-ordering, re-calculating priorities, my route through my day – but when I look in my mirror I see the problem. The problem is me.
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