“I have six locks on my door all in a row. When I go out, I lock every other one. I figure no matter how long somebody stands there picking the locks, they are always locking three.” —- Elayne Boosler
We have all experienced at one time or another the embarrassment and the frustration of having locked ourselves out of our vehicles, homes , lockers at school or work and our computers because we have momentarily forgotten our personalized passwords.
Initial reactions of rage and disgust as we mentally kick ourselves for being so careless are then replaced with feelings of humility and helplessness. We look for some inner guidance or a knowledgeable third-party to help us out of this dilemma.
The experience of being locked out of something presents us with a unique learning experience. We promise ourselves that we will not make the same mistake again at least until the next time.
Afterall ,we are all only human. We have enough on our plates to remember and if we do forget so what. It’s no big deal.