Shaping The Light

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Think about a lightbulb. Soft, white, diffused light. It speeds in all directions, illuminating the room. Unfocused.

Now, place a mirrored cup around that same light, point the cup’s opening at a specific point, and now you have a spotlight.

Focused in one direction.

Now, start to constrain that opening. Shape it as a cone. You have a beam. A laser.

A beam powerful enough to burn a hole in any object it is directed at. Extreme focus.

Same energy. Just shaped in different ways. And, once shaped, its strength, intention, and purpose is changed.

This is you. This is your time. This is your attention. This is your energy.

The same energy that you currently spread amongst the many tasks you are now doing,

can be focused to put a real, deep, burning, hole right in the center of the one thing you should be doing.

via patrickrhone

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