Monday, May 14, 2012

The Boiling Point

Water begins to reach its boiling point at 100 degrees Celsius, that is 212 degrees Fahrenheit. It begins to breakdown even more as it increases in temperature, losing its composure and ultimately entering into the process of evaporation.

Photo by kliverap

We are all like water. Every day, we face a different challenge or situation that calls for us to protect ourselves but sometimes it is necessary for us to reach our boiling point to manifest our change.

Some will quickly recover and others will be forced to break down and wither into themselves until they are able to withstand the heat again.

However, if we measured our lives, continuously, on the challenges that we must fight through or the situations that trip us up for a day, month, or even years, we would be no better than boiling water.

Our boiling points give us the "enough is enough" trigger to erase what is not working and transform ourselves into what will ultimately be for our good. If we are able to use this trigger as a positive, instead of negative, we would all see life through a different lens.

The Boiling Point.

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