Make Sure It’s Not a Case of Pain Stopped Play

I spoke at a business conference last week and was reminded of the words of the Nobel prize-winning writer Rabindranath Tagore who wrote, “When the string of the violin was being tuned it felt the pain of being stretched, but once it was tuned then it knew why it was stretched.”


So it is with the human soul. While the soul goes through pain, torture and trouble, it thinks that it would have been much better if it had gone through life without it.
But when it looks back, it begins to realise why all this was meant.
It was only meant to tune the soul to a certain pitch.
So when you’re in psychological pain, make sure it’s a short intermission and not a case of pain stopped play.

Humour

Have you heard about the dyslexic Mexican? His favourite chat up line is: “Get your taco Senorita, you’ve pulled.”
Sad news ….. the Managing Director of Dulux paints has died of hypothermia while trecking across the Antarctic.
Paramedics said he could have done with another coat.

Live big & love deep.
Sunil
Moving minds  Transforming performance

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