It’s Not Enough to Only Fix What is Broken
As the saying goes, we usually don’t bother fixing something until there is clear evidence that it doesn’t work.
The United States federal budget. Coffee mugs. Healthcare. Transmissions. Legs.
When we see things break, we feel a call to action. To fix it.
The assumption is that everything that isn’t broken doesn’t need to be fixed. That it works as well as it can.
You are probably living a good story. You have a beautiful family. A comfortable house. Plenty of ways to entertain yourself. An immaculate front yard.
The question isn’t whether or not you are living a good story. The important question to ask is if your story is the best possible one.
Maybe it’s not just broken items that need to be fixed, but also good items that work perfectly well.
Are you living the best possible story? What about your life isn’t broken, but still needs to be fixed?
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