We all come to experience the benefits of life that we ourselves did not generate from our own independent efforts. In turn, we will experience deficit’s that we alone did not create either. A key is to determine the difference with what our efforts have produced, rather they be in the form of a benefit or a deficit.

With clarity in determining the produced value of our efforts, we are more competently able to learn from the experiences. Without this clarity, we might come to assume that all that is good is from us and all that is bad is from another. Difficult to learn when you can’t discern the differences.

It is from the difficult lessons and overcoming the deficits that we come to learn and grow the most. Focus to build your wisdom in the reality of the outcomes you produce and/or contribute to. Recognize and appreciate both the benefits and deficits to set a course to learn and apply again what you are learning for yourself with others.

“Easy to do are things that are bad and harmful to oneself. But exceedingly difficult to do are things that are good and beneficial.” — Gautama Buddha —


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