A little boy was trying to watch a parade in his hometown, but he had a little problem. He was watching it through a little hole of a 6 foot high fence. As such, all he could see was each individual event of the parade as they march by his little hole.
So when the lions and tigers came by, it was scary; when the clowns came by, it was funny. But he could only see that, one event at a time.
It wasn't until a man standing nearby saw that and had compassion. He grabbed the little boy and put him on his shoulders. The boy was able to look over the fence for the first time.
For the first time, the little boy could see the parade from the beginning to the end, the panoramic view of the parade. He could see the big picture…
So often in life, we find ourselves looking at life, one event at a time.
Crossroads Global CEO Dr. John Hull wants to invite you to join us, to get on top of our shoulders, and see the panoramic view of the vision of Crossroads.
This is the week about us being big picture people, doing big things together.