Why You Need LEGO!

Some things are built to build others… Keep building!

Almost no house is entirely built on site. There are so many different components that make up a building.

Let’s use the most typical example. The most popular component of any house-ish thing is probably blocks. Building Blocks. People spend time, effort and money to make thousands of those. Imagine all the “wasted” time put into making them, why not just jump right into building the actual house structure thingamajig? Because you can’t, that’s why! You need those to make this! You need the blocks to build.

Does it now make more sense that some things are built to build others?

If it would help your mind a bit, think about the fact that you need to get to some places in order to assess/get to others. Either it’s a bus route, or a place you necessarily have to drive through to get to your actual destination. When it’s a physical house or destination, it’s easier to understand how the first is needed to get to the main.

So, why all the frustration about where you are? If you don’t have a vision, that’s a different topic, but if you do and you have in mind where you’re going, then keep at it.

A lot of times, it seems like a waste of time, but what you’re doing and where you are is probably necessary for where you’re going. If it’s not though, then you should probably do something about it.

Some things are built to build others… Keep building!

3 thoughts on “Why You Need LEGO!

  1. I love this post and the illustrations used, well done. One of my core mandates is helping others build and sometimes that involves a lot of digging. Many are not fans of that process cos really who wants to dig up dirt? I generally use ‘good pain, bad pain’ to explain the importance but I’m curious to know your thoughts on that.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words. I can’t believe I’m only just seeing this comment.
      So, just so I’m sure I’m replying to the right thing, what do you mean by ‘good pain, bad pain’?

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      1. Good pain being pain that brings healing like facing trauma so you can heal vs bad pain (holding on to hurt and repeating bad choices because it’s what you’re used to

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