Human beings have a horrible tendency to skim.
If we think we know something, or we have already covered it, then we barely give it a glance because we have already “put the effort in.”
Why reinvent the wheel, right?
My eldest is a master at this. In fact, we have decided that his Indian name is “Running Water” because whatever he is involved in he will always flow to the path of least resistance. I guess this makes him a naturally green individual because he conserves energy like nobody’s business!
Hmmm, I think we used to call that lazy, but today he’s an eco-hero! Yeah, Noah.
I shouldn’t tease, he takes after his dad. I like to find the easy way out myself, but this mindset of skimming often puts me at a disadvantage.
- It causes me to assume, which usually leads to missing something.
- It causes me to skip steps, which often stutters the process.
- It causes me to see with my mind, and I miss what the eyes can tell me.
For example, have you ever Continue reading “I found your name in the Bible”