I recently read where scientists discovered one tiny atoms behavior replicates the entire universe!
Each atom – there are billions upon billions of them – creates alternative universes, timelines, and parallel realities where duplicates of you and me and everyone else are living simultaneous, yet different lives. And that’s the keyword “different” lives!
This explains why some people are successful and some are not. Some are rich or poor. Why some enjoy health and some are sick. Why some have great relationships, etc.
Well, you get the picture. Apparently, where we place our focus has something (and everything) to do with it.Sounds pretty amazing? Well, someone has discovered a way to jump the time lines into parallel realities really!
I was going to write a post about continuing to ask questions until you get the answer you need in relation to business. However I decided that I could better relate this to my personal interactions and the recovery of my husband from a near fatal accident not dissimilar to the circumstances of Ian Molly Meldrum (music guru) and his family.
When a catastrophic incident occurs and it involves a loved one it is the family who has to take control and think and act on behalf of the injured party. My husband and Molly are similar in age, probable health and fitness, love music, and both were involved in near fatal accidents which has left them with severe brain injuries.
Just this week we heard that Molly has been moved to a private rehabilitation centre where he will hopefully kick start his recovery. This is where the family and friends really need to come to the fore and follow the 10 rules about asking questions until they get the answer they want.
Many people will tell you this will happen or that will happen, there is just so much information to absorb but it is so important to keep asking questions. You’d be amazed at what can be achieved simply by taking the trouble to ask . . . and keep right on asking . . . until you get the yes you are after.
My husband was in Post Traumatic Amnesia (PTA) for 6 weeks and at the end of that 6th week he came home and private therapists came to him. I would not have known about private in home therapy if I had not asked questions, would not have known that putting him back in his home environment would make such a difference if I had not asked questions.
My thoughts are with Molly and his family as the possibly long journey to recovery starts. The standard stock answer for recovery is 24 months and I understand this because brain injuries are an unknown. However everyone is different and injuries can cause different reactions and recoveries can be different but I truly believe that by asking questions until you get the answers you want, will definitely make a difference to that recovery time frame. And in addition, it helps having a stubborn and determined patient.