Building a House: The Perspective from the Foundation [NOOK Book]

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Building a house is exactly the same as building a relationship. A house and a relationship both require a strong foundation. Before one can contribute to building a foundation with someone else, he or she must build their own individual foundation. Two individual foundations equal a strong foundation. Our learning lessons from our experiences contribute to building our foundations...
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Building a House: The Perspective from the Foundation

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Overview

Building a house is exactly the same as building a relationship. A house and a relationship both require a strong foundation. Before one can contribute to building a foundation with someone else, he or she must build their own individual foundation. Two individual foundations equal a strong foundation. Our learning lessons from our experiences contribute to building our foundations...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044232594
  • Publisher: Maceo NeSmith III
  • Publication date: 1/2/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 144,515
  • File size: 359 KB

Meet the Author

Maceo has always had a unique perspective on Life and Living. He is one who believes that each Life experience is meant to help him grow on multiple levels. The experiences come in all shapes and sizes and it does not matter what you label them, as long as you learn the lesson. Lesson? Maceo is a firm believer that within each experience there is a lesson that needs to be learned. He believes that in order to learn the lessons an individual must first turn inwards, address his or her emotions, and then shift one’s perspective from the surface to the foundation. The foundation of every experience is where the learning lesson lies. Maceo has noticed that when the emotions are not addressed then it becomes difficult to learn the lesson. Why? Due to the unaddressed emotions obstructing the view of the lesson. When the emotions are not addressed all an individual may see is what caused him or her to get emotional and totally miss the learning lesson. Thus, perpetuating the same cycle of learning experiences.One of the questions that Maceo always ask people when he speaks about life experiences and learning lessons is, “What’s the difference between positive and negative experiences, since learning lessons is the common theme?”Answer: there is no difference. The experiences are meant to teach an individual not harm an individual.
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