I have a panoramic view of life.
In order to see the bigger picture, I take a step back from where I am.
When I want to see something different, I simply reposition myself.
When I look objectively from far away, I see that there is a purpose larger than me.
Stepping back helps me appreciate life as a whole.
Like a forest, life is a combination of experiences.
Just as some trees are more majestic than others, so are my experiences.
I take the good with the bad and end up with a beautiful result.
I value each tree as a part of a whole.
There is something I can get from each tree, but I look beyond it to catch a glimpse of something greater.
If I fix my eyes on the individual trees, I miss out on the majesty of the forest.
One tree by itself is amazing as it is, but it is no comparison to a lush forest.
I do not settle for a single tree when there is a beautiful forest that I deserve to enjoy.
I stay away from having a narrow view.
Each day I take action to enlarge my vision. I look for things that may be hidden from me.
My ambitions are the binoculars that help me bring the larger image into focus.
When I look through the eyes of ambition, my dreams feel close to me.
The forest has much more to offer than a single tree.
I avoid focusing on the trees because there are experiences beyond my imagination awaiting me in the forest.
What do you need to do to reposition yourself and have a better view?
When was the last time you took a step back to look at your life objectively?
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