A shovelful of intent

There are two kinds of people in this world. Those that dig holes and those that build mountains.

The hole-diggers focus their energy on removing ground. They push other people into the holes they dig, believing themselves superior because they’re now “above” said person in the hole. In reality they haven’t moved an inch.

The mountain-builders focus their energy on accumulating ground. They pile it up and climb to the top, legitimately reaching greater heights. From this new vantage point they enjoy a clearer view.

Both expend lots of energy in the process; one positively and one negatively.

Which one are you?


Colleen Clifford

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