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Who Is Higher

March 5, 2012

A Rabbi (a real Rabbi) showed his students a picture of two people on a ladder, with one above the other. He asked his students which one was higher? After a short silence, he told them “that in order to know who is higher, we have to know if one was going up and if one was going down”.

To get closer to our full human potential means always climbing our ladder of life. We are always higher when we constantly climb, reach and aim higher.

“Every single blade of grass has its own angel that whispers to it grow, grow, grow.” –  Talmud

“What grows never grows old.” –  Noah Benshea

“One who does not grow, grows smaller.” — Pirkei Avos

“Life is change. Growth is optional. Choose wisely.” – Anonymous

Adapted from an “Oldie But Goodie” originally sent 3/22/11

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