Currents And Waters

If you haven’t seen my explanation of my River construct, look along the top row of this page and you’ll see The River. Take a look to learn more. If you’re already familiar with it, see below.

Currents and waters are not the same thing. A current is moving, whether quickly or not. The movement is marked by starting here and going there, again regardless of the distance or direction involved. It is caused and affected by many things. The water is the substance or the element that moves. By itself, water does not move, unless it is to disappear through evaporation.

In your life and in your leadership, don’t confuse current and water. If you’re giving effort and you’re seeing any result, it could be that you’re thinking it is one thing (the current) when it’s actually the other (the water). Or vice versa.

Current and water are different.