Imagine your head being a mansion. A huge and beautiful home with lots of space. Imagine yourself walking around in that house alone. It may be fun for a while but it gets boring. So you invite over a few really good friends and you hang out and talk, have a great meal and play some fun games. You have an amazing and positive time. The word gets out about all the good times and before you know it, hundreds of inconsiderate strangers show up and drive motorcycles up and down your hallways and start breaking things and pee in your pool. How do you get all of those party crashers who are destructing your stuff out of your house? It isn't easy. It takes time and effort. That is why it is important to lock your doors and be selective of who you let in to your house. Our brains are the same. We are bored when left alone and often make poor choices. We need good friends to speak truth and help keep us balanced. But we need to limit all the "strangers" in our head who simply cause a ruckus and damage us. “Make sure your worst enemy doesn’t live between your own two ears.” Laird Hamilton
COACH. FATHER. HUSBAND. SON OF THE KING. WHITWORTH UNIVERSITY.