Blood is a life force for all animals. It keeps us going. We are human and we should all strive to be like blood. Be the blood. Here are 5 reasons why:
1 – Blood circulates.
Blood moves around and goes from place to place constantly. It explores the body from top to bottom. Even the tiniest of caverns are never untouched by blood.
We are blood and the earth is the body. We must circulate. We must explore. We must leave no portion of this vast body untouched.
2 – Blood gives goodness.
Blood drops off little gifts of nutrients to each part it passes. It also picks up bad stuff and takes it to a place where it can exit the body.
Be blood and leave goodness to whomever you pass. Make the body of earth cleaner and take out the trash. Pick up the bad stuff and leave something good in it’s place. The same goes for people – take the frown off other’s faces and leave a smile in its place.
3 – Blood leaves things better than they were.
Once blood leaves, the body part is healthier. Blood drops off the good stuff, picks up the bad stuff, and leaves the body parts in better condition than before blood arrived.
Be like blood and do the best possible to leave the earth and its people better than they were before the encounter. Make someone’s day and be on your way.
4 – Blood is quick to help.
Blood will rush to the sight of injury immediately upon impact. Blood is a first responder.
Be like blood – be quick to rush to someone’s side when there is a need. Be fast and immediate.
5 – Blood keeps moving.
Blood never stops moving. When blood stops, life stops. Same with people. Keep moving because when we stop – our lives stop.
Be like blood and keep moving forward. Don’t look back, don’t dwell, just keep on pushing.
Thanks for reading this post. Be like blood.
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