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In 100 words: Finding a Way Out of Forest

A blind man, wandering lost in a jungle, tripped and fell over a cripple. The blind man said, “I have been wandering since long in this jungle and cannot find my way out!”

The cripple replied, “I have been lying here since long and cannot get up to walk.”

Suddenly, the cripple cried out, “I’ve got it. You hoist me up onto your shoulders. I will tell you where to walk. Together, we’ll find a way.”

The blind man symbolizes rationality and cripple symbolizes intuition. We will not find our way out until we learn how to integrate the two.

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Story Reference: The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge

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