• The five pillarsspiritual, emotional, mental, physical and financial – came from five different sources.
  • There were five different pillars, each with a balance point.  
  • When combined, each pillar could throw another off balance if not integrated properly
    • Though there are individual balance points on individual pillars, they’re all tied together.
    • Recognizing the need for balance among all the pillars was necessary.
  • The way to achieve balance is to be in equilibrium.  The only way to gain equilibrium is the sum total of all the balances in life.
  • Initially, the pillar most needed revealed itself in opportunities with mentors.
  • Others pillars followed until the last. It came last because it was ignored.
    • With other pillars in balance, focus can be given to the area of previous challenge or distance.

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