If there is one thing that we cannot absolutely live without it would be the subject of the dynamics of the second chance not to be confused with the do-over. NO. I am speaking at how none of us know what to do & when we think we do, then to be allowed to proceed knowing that whatever is necessary will appear. But what if it doesn't?
ANOTHER BITE AT THE APPLE?
Not this either. There are some things that demand too much respect to be taken for granted by people who believe that they may just keep doing something until they get it right. If that was the case, the apple would be gone after numerous bites...then what?
AS WE GO...
We have the capacity to reason, explore and inquire. Interesting to note that it gets better with usage too. Without being aware, the brain is out in front formulating all that takes place and recording it feeding back to us as well as inputting what we need to do or not as we travel and unravel life
You see this pretty clearly in little kids who are learning how to touch, smell, taste and sense what works and what doesn't and how naturally these activities go to work. How? They are in everyone and designed to come out with usage. Once activated, they crave usage. We do well to oblige
Its like pollen in a flower. It has a purpose and must come out so that it can trigger the cause & effect necessary for the big and little picture that makes the world go round and causes growth and stimulus when it does. You see pollen must have pollen gatherers as well as the gatherers having pollen to gather
Trial & error is a necessary companion to this subject matter. Who among us can get it right first time out always? It is a lofty goal to attempt to do so but it falls short pointing out that perhaps on the second try you will succeed. That "second chance" is what we live for and take for...granted.
Learning curves are relevant to the second chance but in another way. There is no chance at work while in training for it. A study approach to situations as well as introducing us to explore and inquire is done within this curve. When approaching anything new or different, expect this stage and work with it
It is interesting to note that some people learn on the third or fourth time whiles others on the umpteenth time out & we do well to remember this when interacting with all types. At first, they appear to be a type of refusal food. Test it with some patience and you will see their breakthrough
A CHRISTMAS CAROL EXAMPLE
Charles Dickens gave us the perfect example of how humans need a second chance in his famous tale of Christmas and his equally famous Ebenezer Scrooge character proving the point very well. A hardened heart closes doors. A soft one opens them. We, humans need this until we don't.
For those that are curious what Mr. Scrooge did after repenting and changing his ways, the Pearls Series of Books brings you the details on what happened with this billionaire after his conversion. The book begs the question of what would you do with your second chance? A very good read for all
Know any stingy, selfish, close-minded, argumentative, stubborn greedy people? If so, help them make the transformation and be entertained at the same time. WARNING: This is a tear jerk-er, lesson learner and page turner of a book. No hard heart stands a chance!