Have you met the thin line…
… between ambition and greed?
You see it. You want to cross it without wanting to cross it.
What stops you?
A deadly sin is… deadly. If you’re sensitive enough, you do fear the effects of a deadly sin.
Greed can ruin. It has the capacity to upset an apple-cart.
Sometimes you want something that extra much.
Ambition turns into over-ambition.
You get your something.
You’re a go-getter.
You become over-confident.
You forget your basics.
Next few times around, you cross the thin line repeatedly. The high is addictive. Soon, you’re crossing…
… without even knowing.
Yeah, the vicious cycle outlined above has made you insensitive. You’ve stepped over, don’t even know it, and on you’re going. You’re blinded by greed.
It’s not happened overnight. First the thin line beckoned you to come back. Your over-ambition spurred you on a few steps more. A few more steps wouldn’t harm, right?
You’re not sensitive anymore. You’ve lost normal vision. You’re greedy for your goal. You’re not sticking to your basic tenets. You’re not playing safe anymore. You’ve started to even play with your safety moat, in order to achieve an even bigger goal.
You’ve set yourself up to fall… big.
If you do, I hope for two things.
First up, I hope you don’t fall too big, and that you can get up again.
Second, I hope that this fall is your last one, and that it has made you sensitive again.
Yeah, sensitive towards the thin line.