Saturday, July 5, 2014

Benefits of problems

Cherry flower buds form in summer and remain dormant in autumn. They must go through the chill of winter before they move towards full-fledged growth or blossoming, in spring - a period known as "breaking dormancy". It is the chill of winter that awakens the buds from their slumber and causes them to flower in spring. The harshness of winter initiates the process of breaking dormancy.
-Daisaku Ikeda

Value Creation May 2008

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