Tommy was just a few months old here playing Dog Brick, a toy we'd bought to challenge his mind. We were told it would be good for his development.
His nose told him the treats were there, if he could only figure out how to get them. He had to think of how to get the blocks out of the way. Once he did, he could slide the cover over and voila! The treat was his for the taking.
I find the same situation in my own life. There are some things I know I'd enjoy if I could just get rid of the obstacles in the way. It may be a closer relationship with God, or a greater sense of purpose. Whatever it is, I have to determine what's in my way, then figure out how to either move it, go around it, or get rid of it.
It may be easier said than done. But, if I really want it, I'll persevere until I get it--no matter what it takes. Like Tommy, I'll get all the blocks out of the way and the end result. And the process could just be good for my development.
Can you relate? Is there anything you’d like in your life, but there are obstacles in the way that you can eliminate or get around to reach your goal? Could the process be worth it?