What’s the Main Channel of Your River?
Channel your talents to their best outlet.
Nature provides the perfect example of how we should be. For example, a river doesn’t have to work at being a river, it just is. When it comes to an obstacle it doesn’t try to force its way through it. It finds the path of least resistance and goes around it.
Rivers have a channel in them where the water runs faster than the rest of the river. Sure the whole river continues to flow but you’ll notice that the water along the banks runs slower while the main channel moves faster. A river might also have outside channels that weave around islands. As scenic as these may be they’re typically not up to the speed of the main channel. What does this have to do with you?
You are also part of nature. Like the river you don’t have to work hard at being you. All you need to do is find your main channel and get into the flow of who you are. How do you go about doing that? By using what you’re naturally gifted at. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel. You already have what you need to succeed in your endeavor. Universal law states that “You can’t have a desire without the resources to fulfill that desire, presently” Isn’t that good to know?
If you’re going to work, work at what you’re naturally gifted at. Don’t be a copy. Be an original. Channel your energy where it has the least amount of resistance.