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The Choice Is Yours.Thursday, March 31, 2011; 7:19 PM
The Japanese raise a tree. It's called the Bonsai tree. It's beautiful, and pefectly formed although its heightis measured in inches. In California, we find a forest of giant trees called Sequoias. One of these giants has been named the General Sherman. Extending into the heavens 272 feet and measuring 79 feet in circumferencem ths magnificent giant is so larg that if it were cut down, it would produce enough lumber to build 35 five-room houses.
At one time the Bonsai tree and the General Sherman were the same size. When they were seeds, each weighed less than 1/3000 of an ounce. The size difference at maturity is considerable to say the least, but the story behind that difference in size is a lesson in life. When the Bonsai tree stuck its head above the earth, the Japanese pulled it from the soil and tied off its tap-rot and some of the feeder roots, thes deliberately stunting its growth. The result is miniature; beautiful, but still a miniature. The seed of General Sherman fell into the rich soil of California and was nourished by the minerals, the rain and the sunshine. The giant tree was the result. Neither the Bonsai nor the General Sherman had a choice in its destiny. You do. You can be as big, or as little, as you wish to be. You can be a Bonsai or a General Sherman. Your Self-Image - the way you see yourself - will determine which one you will be. The choice is yours.
(From book entitled, "See you at the TOP" by Zig Ziglar, page 90 &91)
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