Blessed Shortcuts

The Point

Problems are rarely as they may seem. The term “blessing in disguise” doesn’t do justice most of the time. The better the disguise, the bigger the blessing.

Shell-shocked wartime veterans never fully get past the hidden enemies of the past. Maybe it’s time history not repeat itself. Anyone can be new.

Memories of enemies are always bigger than enemies themselves. Headlines of “war” always sell better than headlines of “peace”. Those little “set-backs” we run into along the way are often times shortcuts to the very victories we seek. With everyone being in such a hurry, don’t hate the shortcuts.