Imagine you are holding the end of a long string in your hand. The string travels off into the distance, out of sight, and is attached at its other end to something you desire. You are required to roll the string into a ball in order to attain the object on the other end of the string.
There are two possible routes: the first is to pull the string and the object toward you, wrapping it as you do so. The second is to move yourself toward the object, wrapping the string as you do so.
These are the ways we navigate life.
Inspired by an excerpt from William Blake’s Jerusalem:
I give you the end of a golden string,
Only wind it into a ball