“Great people are not affected by each puff of wind that blows ill. Like great ships, they sail serenely on, in a calm sea or a great tempest.”
– George Washington, first President of the United States
It’s remarkable that the crew can get these great ships from point A to point B with minimal disturbance to the passengers’ enjoyment.
How often are you negatively affected by those small (and not so small) puffs of wind in your daily activities? How often do you experience bouts of seasickness that upset your day?
What factors in your world help create your own personal stability control center that can help you sail through life in a more serene and calm manner?