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Let The Dead Bury The Dead

Published on 10/29/2015
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Let the Dead bury the Dead...

A phrase I borrowed from Scripture and used it as an excuse for not attending funerals as a young man. Frankly I was terrified of dead bodies during those days. It most likely stemmed from hearing too many horror stories as a child.


Now let's fast forward...

If you have ever felt this way as I have I hope you have changed just as I have. To me, funerals are a blessing. Why? It affords me the opportunity to stop, turn the mind off for a minute and take stock of who I am ultimately; a chance to ask the questions: where am I going, why am I striving and what do I really want to become. In other words, where is the end point? Life is precious but short.


It affords the opportunity to look back for a moment. Assess the failures and the successes. (even evaluate them) You see, much of our past experiences equates to great wisdom today.  I think it is possible to become so contemporary we lose some of the "good ole" stuff that still has value and relevancy.


As entrepreneurers we have the privilege of reaching back and using some of that good old stuff. The stuff of seeing our associates as members of the local community; sharing what we have in exchange for what we don't have. I'm reminded of another Scripture and I paraphrase: they had all things in common and no one lacked.


I'm thankful for the IBO ToolBox spirit.


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