how does the ‘reversal ‘ call in game one of the 2018 NBA Finals against LeBron James inform my life?
So, in game 1 LeBron was outside the reviewable circle, had feet planted and got a positive call (charging on KG) for his efforts.
But, not only was the cAll reviewed, it was reversed and then a ‘win’ becomes a loss in game one of the NBA finals.
My, the essential question about all this is;
If LeBron can’t get a call, what chance do I, we have?
Birthdays forgotten by your family, even your twin? Check.
Still waiting for your Christmas present in July? Check.
Father’s Day forgotten? Check.
So, why can’t I get a ‘call’?
Well, I think I have a great deal of company in this august overlooked, unseen group. I can’t say why but I can respond reflectively with some personal insights. Here are some:
1. When one call goes against you, expect more to come fast and furiously.
George Hill misses a free throw; JR thinks the Cavs are ahead and holds the ball.
Forgotten for a birthday? Minor stuff. A child will need monies; lots of money; they will ask; another family Manet becomes ill; job changes; movings and divorces. Parents pass or need cares. Fast and furious all comes
When troubles come, they come in cascades. Deal with it.
2. The higher you preform; serve; rescue; be the life of your team, the party, the greater the expectations.
LeBron can’t continuously play the entire 49 minutes (plus one). Soon his heart, his body, his spirit and soul will empty. A stream needs water flow in to be refreshed; it can t solely flow out. But friends, colleagues and even watchers, strangers, expect you, expect more.
3. Referees, as judges, will rule and find you wanting in key moments.
You have preformed and won in the past. It is human nature to root, consciously or unconsciously, for the undergoes, pot against LeBron. Whether by envy or mouse or misapplication of power, those who sit in as referees in your life will find ways to see Not your work or you but what they desire: themselves.
To find for you, to rule in your favour only confirms to them their shortcomings-what and who they will never be.
They can’t truly see you, the calls or even themselves. Don’t expect the blind to see; the deaf to hear; the heartless to feel. They can’t.
4. How does LeBron respond to all of the above? He takes a pause and plays as deeply, as passionately, as fully as as he can becomes he loves the game even when it doesn’t love him He is always, all ways, all in.