open to more possibilities
Back in July 2020 I wrote about llamas, and the scientific work around llamas and a cure for the flu. You can read the article here. Much to my surprise llamas were back in the news more recently with a discovery that llamas could provide a cure for covid. And again, I was left wondering, why look there?
It really proves the point that answers, if we really are looking for them, can be found in the most unexpected of places. And it helps if we are open to the possibility of answers coming from anywhere, no matter how strange or unusual the source may be. Because, of course, the reality is that we can learn from every experience, from every moment of every day. Lessons can come from within and without. Ideas and inspiration can be formed in our deepest unconscious, shaped, and formed by what we’ve consciously and unconsciously experienced, analysed, coded, and retained, one day rising to the surface and entering our consciousness, providing us with a way forward.
The more open we are to possibilities, solutions and answers, to new ideas and new ways of thinking, new ways of doing, new ways of being, the greater our choices. It is, without a doubt, the law of requisite variety; those with the greatest number of options with the greatest flexibility have the greatest chance of success. It can only be more, can’t it?
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