What's wrong with your Hippocampus?
I almost forgot to send this newsletter today, I am sorry. I have been quite busy with so many things since morning.
Church and some other activities have left me with little or no time.
Some minutes ago I was asking myself what was wrong with my Hippocampus.
The Hippocampus is the part of the brain that’s responsible for memories and it has turned out that this newsletter isn't the only thing I am forgetting today.
It appears that I have forgotten some other things too.
But let’s leave that aside for now, my message for you today is different.
Sometimes you'll lose motivation. Sometimes you won't feel like doing anything and you might not even have friends to get you going.
That’s when your roots and depths begin to play.
You must have heard before that life is not in heights but in roots. If you haven't, then there you have it.
How far you will go in life is not determined by how high you will rise but how deep you will go.
If you don't get this principle, I'd advise you to take out time to study why good trees or buildings don't fall when the storm comes.
So that on days when your Hippocampus will not remind you of important things like it did to me today, your roots and depth will remind you.
I’ll see you in tomorrow's newsletter.