Little Things in Life
It seems only natural that we want the most "bang for buck". We tend to measure success by big things and huge accomplishments. Patience, consistency and persistence over time yields greater things than we might imagine. Emerson mentioned the "flywheel of habit". Habits yield results in time empowered by nature's momentum. That's why we should always monitor ourselves...our purpose, activity and keep desired results in focus to be sure our habits will eventually take us where we want to go. Once our habits are mastered we will in time reach our goal as long as that goal is within reason. Big things may get attention immediately but the strength of habit in small things builds solid permanence and lasting results. Never overlook the power of little things ever how small. Always know that it's drops of water that create the ocean. A castle is built one stone at a time. Let's never overlook the power of little things combined with habit and we'll wake up some fine day and rejoice in our accomplishments knowing it is the little things that made the difference in time. The Master Teacher reflected this concept with the "seed of the sower", the "cup of cold water" and the "widow's mite". Nature teaches us that little things matter. There's power in perpetual automatic motion. Little things bring big results in time.