Parts of a whole

What happens when you take everything apart?

You have to put it together of course and as you do parts may not go together correctly

and adjustments will need to be made.

You can take this concept and apply it to your life.

Are you happy with it?

How would you change it to make it whole again?

How can you improve it =?

And once it is back together how do you know that it is complete? Is there a way to test it or is this something that you will never truly know?

When I travel far for races I have to take apart my trike.


And when I get there I have to put it back together. However it may not be in tip top shape but you make it work.

Make a note of what needs to be done so you can put it back together almost completely and whole.

How are you rebuilding after being taken apart?


5 thoughts on “Parts of a whole

  1. Yernasia Quorelios June 4, 2019 — 11:09 pm

    ♡ If we know what we’re doing by “taking something apart” then we know why we’re “taking it apart” and how to restore it to its original state improved from its faulty state; if we don’t know what we’re doing we end up with a mess and, perhaps, innovation


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