The other day I was cleaning up after dinner the other night and was cleaning the front of the oven when I noticed the top of the oven drawer was really dirty. I opened the drawer and wiped it off only to notice that the front of the drawer was dirty too. So I sat down on the floor and started cleaning. it was then that I noticed all the places that I missed on the front of the oven door!
It is only when we look at things from a new perspective that we see things differently. Sometimes this new perspective comes to us by a physical change to our space.
Have you ever bought something new and then had to find a place for it? Did you have to move something out to make room for your new item? What became less important? Would you have thought that item was less important before you purchased your new item? Probably not. But because you had to look at things from a new perspective (physical location of prime space) you were able to see your other item from a different perspective.
If you had to make space for a new item, what might become less important to (re) move? What if you had to make room for 5 new items? Or 10?
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