Monday, December 19, 2011

Throw away the crutches

When we break our leg, we have to use a crutch for support, with the idea that the sooner we can throw the crutches away, the sooner we can stand on our two feet.

We store our invisible crutches all over the place, they're at home, at work, at church, everywhere. We pull them out when we are challenged. Crutches are our way of pleading ignorance or playing the victim or just our way to deflect taking responsibility.

Some of us never throw away our crutches and can't stand on our own two feet. Throw them away, allow a few missteps and a stumble.

Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond

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