Wider Perspectives

A wise man once told me that to understand things, sometimes you need to leave the area and reflect from a distance to get a wider perspective.

Sometimes we’re so deep into the situation that our judgment is clouded by how close we are. Sometimes it’s good to take the hint and take a walk. Walk away from it and as you walk just stop to see it from another point of view.

That can make the difference between wrecking and reviving the situation.

For His Name’s Sake
C. L. J. Dryden


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