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Saturday, November 15, 2014

#29. Drinking Horses

"You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink." This truism has been in continuous usage since 1175 AD, which speaks to it's universal application throughout the centuries. 

You cannot make a person do what they do not want to do. It doesn't matter that you think it's important for them to do It, nor does it matter how much effort you put into it so they could have the opportunity to  "drink." None of these things really matter until the horse is thirsty enough to drink on it's own. 

Unless a person is thirsty enough, hungry enough or desperate enough, they will perish in the presence of their "answer."

Look around you. The answer to your need may be within your reach, but the decision to pursue it remains yours. This decision to "drink or not to drink" always has been and always will be yours to make. 

Do you want to experience "JOY" in life? It's hidden in your Purpose for Living. Go to and start drinking from the water Source. 

Living On Purpose, 

Dr Jeff

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