Monday, June 14, 2010

What if you have all the pieces and the puzzle still doesn't fit?

25 comments:

  1. then you change the way you look at the puzzle... and you let go and let God
    :-)

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  2. This reminds me of "What if you climb to the top of the ladder and discover that it had been leaning against the wrong wall?" Our belief system or world view may have internal consistency and still be completely erroneous. n.p. your aphorisms are always calmly startling, an antidote to the mind's smug complacency.

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  3. you need to see the bigger picture

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  4. Then you're in the wrong box. ^_~

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  5. You will never have all the pieces...the more you put in, the more you"ll need to find...
    The more doors you open, the more closed doors you'll find.

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  6. You take a step back, take in a deep breath and throw a pissy fit, not really, I think the puzzle is ever changing and with change comes the need to find new pieces.

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  7. Get a decorator and rearrange the pieces.

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  8. This is a very tough one, Marty. I can't seem to come up with an answer that makes any sense. You have really made us think today!!!

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  9. Mmmm, now that's a question.

    I'm pondering that one! ;)

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  10. Then you ought to just throw them out and get a new set of puzzle pieces. :D

    Sending good thoughts your way..

    S. at My Reverie

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  11. http://www.spiritualguidance.ca/home-mainmenu-1/154-you-are-the-last-pieces-of-the-puzzle.html
    ...Thanks for this one ;-)

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  12. Well, you can push and bend them and manipulate them to make them fit or you can see the beauty in having space in the picture - and fill the space with some beautiful imagery

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  13. You don't just need all the pieces, you also need to put them in the right order to fix the puzzle

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  14. you take out a hammer and bash the pieces into submission. There is always a way...

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  15. For those with ADHD this is a daily experience.

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  16. This sounds like my last relationship! :-)

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  17. you just have to let go and find a new puzzle to solve, that's all :)

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  18. Intersting, because I believe that the puzzle pieces fit together in infinite ways. It's just a matter of how one percieves the puzzle. That's the puzzle.

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  19. 1. You have all the pieces of the puzzle.
    2. The pieces do not fit.
    3. You have an unanswered question.

    The reply must be
    Have you opened the box?

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  20. I choose another puzzle. :P

    XO

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  21. Try again and re-arrange all the pieces. I'm sure that's what the phrase "get it together" means

    In other words, we all have everything we need...we've just got to sort it all out

    xhenry

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  22. That would be quite puzzling :)
    Still, if you could not fix the puzzle that does not mean it does not fit. May be you should look for help or just take more time for reflexion.

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