The image of a wheel

Sometimes it seems that we are at cross-purposes with fellow workers, family members, or church associates. They appear to be moving in directions diametrically opposed to our own. What can we do about it?

When such a conflict presents itself, it may be useful to think of the image of a wheel with its rim, spokes, and hub. Picture everyone in the workplace, the family, or the church—or everyone in the world, for that matter—as standing in a large circle. Imagine their goal to be the hub, or center of that circle, and their paths to be the spokes.

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