We all have boxes. Boxes can be useful, as demonstrated here by Eddie.
As we grow, our boxes stay with us, but usually don’t grow.
Eddie demonstrates the big thing in a little box problem
I don’t know about you, but my thinking becomes constrained in this box style of living. I keep trying to make ideas work inside the box that I have been living (and growing) in. Without even realizing that I am doing it, I try to take new inspirations and cram them into old school thinking—and for reasons as obvious as Eddie’s over sized butt trying to situate itself in that little black box, it doesn’t work too well.
I came across a new idea that I fell in love with and wanted to share with you, pertaining to, of course, THE BOX.
What we need is a complete revolution. Not just a timid move of “thinking outside the box”–heck, that’s for pussies (sorry Ed)
you and I,
GET RID OF THE DANG BOX!
Now THAT’S an idea we can live and grow with:))))
Eddie demonstrates the JOY of a boxless existence….
Please Note: Boxed thinking is so familiar, we may not realize we are inhibiting our own dreams with this. What boxes do you have on your shelf?
Mine have included the
1) I am too old and started way to late box
2) People expect me to do this and will be disappointed if I don’t box
3) My religion would never approve of this box
4) My idea is different than everyone else’s, therefore it MUST be wrong box
5) This is too easy and feels way to natural so it must be wrong since it isn’t grueling hard box
Well, garbage day is Wednesday around here. If you happen to be in the neighborhood don’t be surprised if you see the lid on my “Herbie” flopping in the breeze due to all the boxes spilling out of it.
A box free life.
Yeah, that’s what I’m talkin’ about:))))))