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Rake Your Brain

Posted in Agriculture, Metaphor, One minute unlearning, Parable, Spiritual, Wisdom

Work.4393010.1.flat,550x550,075,f.raking-malted-barley After a long winter, I was finally able to get outside this past weekend and begin preparing my yard for the spring growing season. As I raked away the leaves, I thought the exercise was a fitting metaphor for what each of us should every now-and-again.

When was the last time you raked your brain and:

Cleared away some old, obsolete knowledge?

Pruned back an assumption?

Swept away an old, ineffective habit?

Or tilled a new area for potential growth?

It is tough, dirty work to be sure but, if you do it right, the results can be both beautiful and life sustaining.

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