The Tricky Apple

In our quest for truth, (whatever that is), there is some trickiness to be dealt with from time to time.

You take a bite from an apple and say “This apple is delicious!”

You spin it around to find a worm poking out the other side.

Turns out, the whole apple wasn’t delicious, just the one bite.

Intelligence, according to Robert Kiyosaki’s rich dad, is the ability to make finer distinctions.

You hear something from the pulpit, or from a leader, or from a company that resonates deep down to the core of your soul.

How easy it is to make the logical leap that everything said from that pulpit, or from that leader, or from that company is the be all end all truth of the Universe.

Not so, says the tricky apple.

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Paul Hutchings

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8 thoughts on “The Tricky Apple”

  1. Yes! It is easy to become “Prisoners of the moment,” as I have heard so many people say. I think a better description is a prisoner of what just happened.

    Being able to make finer distinctions is definitely key to not only becoming wealthy, but also enjoying a more harmonious life.

    You are certainly a true example of that my friend.

    • Amen, amen and Amen Coach J! And I love how you always do such a great job of reminding me and others to live in the moment and enjoy our harmonious lives. Really grateful for your influence in my life sir!

  2. Hahaha things are not always what they seem although they could be much more! So much value!I love the freedom manisesto everyone needs it, awesome value!!


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