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Wednesday; June 19

I like symmetry.I like it when there is a plan and the plan comes together.In fact, one of my favorite tidbits of wisdom is plan the work and work the plan.Now, as much as I like organization, I have also come to realize that it is more often than not fantasy.Sure, planning does tend to reduce chaos, but it doesn’t eliminate it.Often our best laid plans fall apart (or are blown apart) and we find ourselves scrambling to make things work – then what?The great thing about developing wisdom is that just because things don’t work out the way we design doesn’t mean that we are doomed to fail.In fact, some of the most productive advances have been made in the face of what might appear to be failure. The ability to think on our feet pays dividends in our businesses and personal development, but it is part of our spiritual make up as well.The British spiritual writer, C. S. Lewis, observed, “We are not living in a world where all roads are radii of a circle and where all, if followed long enou…