Teachers show up when you’re ready.
But they require you to be an active participant in the teaching.
It’s easy to think a teacher is going to show up and give you knowledge but it doesn’t work like that.
You have to use the initial gift and then do some work. Ask questions, see if this lesson fits, is practical, etc.
Then the teacher gives you some more.
An epiphany as a teacher is even more slippery.
Sometimes they’re gone in a second and you say, that was weird.
If you don’t pressure yourself to get something out of it, there’s no lasting impact.
What’s happened is that you’ve seen some fireworks on the inside of your mind, you watch and say oooh, and then it fades.
Letting them slip away is like refusing to go through an open door.
But because it was your own mind that produced the burst of realization, it might be that epiphanies can lead to the greatest leaps forward in our lives.
Again, you have to be willing to take the gift and run with it.
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