If you want to see the truth, you have to think bigger.
Never stop searching for a bigger picture! Never stop widening your horizon!
Nothing gives us more satisfaction than seeing a bigger picture. Nothing gives us more satisfaction than a “Heureka!” moment – such as the one that allegedly made Archimedes run around the city naked. (He experienced so much joy in having discovered something while taking a bath that he forgot that he had no clothes on.)
Inviting “Heureka!” moments into our life is our true nature.
Be inspired by children. No matter what they see/know, they want to see/know more. They tirelessly widen their horizon. They tirelessly invite “Heureka!” moments into their life.
Children never stop asking – until they learn from us to do precisely that. But it should be the other way round. We should learn from our children!
A simple tip to start with: Think bigger in space (such as worldwide). Think bigger in time (such as history).
The above image shows a giraffe walking past a window.