One pattern, One goal

I know it’s a screenshot, it’s a beautiful community. A beautiful thing, deserving to be replicated.

Business is real, even problems are real.
Just like everything else, good or bad, it all started with just one little thing that becomes bigger.
Just like how one little fire causes an explosion if someone feeds it with water.

Fear not, like how I fear, because once you were just a little child, being supported and cared for, loved and accepted.
She may not be as perfect as she looks to the eyes of many, but she’s still a mother to me.

Like I may not be a good provider to the family, but I still matters to them because I am still giving little by little until when someone added something good to it, it will become extraordinary, you cannot stop it from progressing.
Unlike a big problem where people tries to stop it from spreading, like a corona virus that have probably started for only a little drop of that lab thing.

But anyways, if this is a good virus then let’s keep it spreading.
If people will all benefit, be inspired, and be uplifted.
Until it will even grow and expand, became unstoppable.
I hope it’s not a big real fire that will consume the entire earth population.
I hope it’s something good, that will expand and improve people’s lives.

Can you imagine a beautiful population, focusing about progressing and honing their skills, not to be better than others, but to help just one person becoming better, and that one person will at least teach two persons and that two persons will each teach two more persons; while honing themselves and learning new things.
But because of technology, there’s a better chance of actually honing not just two but more.

Just like how networking works, same pattern goes with the health of others.
See how that works. One pattern applies to all, not just in business, but also in relationships, as well as your personal purpose as a spiritual being in an amazing body we’re all living in.
And if you’re still wondering, why teachers teachers teaches you about your brain, and your anatomy as a whole, then ask yourself, “Who am I” if I am not that brain my sensei is talking about.

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