We’ve all done it. You break an egg, pieces of shell end up in your bowl.
You reach in to retrieve it, with a spoon, knife, or mostly, your finger.
All you really need is the rest of the shell.
When dipped into the bowl, it acts like a magnet, drawing out the slippery pieces.
The shell has the ability to reunite its broken parts.
I didn’t know this, and I’ve been baking since 9th grade Home Economics class.
It reminds me of how many times in life that we dip our finger into an issue instead of allowing a situation to naturally correct itself.
The message is clear.
It is never too late to learn something new.