What Can You Learn Through Someone Or Something Shivered?

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“When someone or something is shivered, most people see broken pieces, but the people who pick up the pieces to rebuild or recreate something better are the ones who make the world a better place.” -Michael J. Fite

Keep this in mind whenever you see someone or something that is shivered.

The reality is that people and things get shivered on a daily basis. The force needed to cause can vary depending on a host of factors. The damage left behind can vary from minor to major depending on how that person or thing was shivered.

Today, we will look at the following questions:

  • What does shiver means?
  • What can be shivered?
  • What can you learn through someone or something that is shivered?

Now it is time to answer the questions!

What does shiver means?

Merriam-Webster has two form of the definition that we will look at. Shiver is defined as:

  1. To break into many small pieces.
  2. One of the small pieces into which a brittle thing is broken by sudden violence.

You can see that when you shiver something, it is all about the pieces that form from whatever you or someone else has broken.

What can be shivered?

There are many things that can be shivered through great force or sudden violence. Here are a few things that can be shivered.

  • Glass
    • Glass can serve as a shield between us and certain elements (heat, cold, water, etc.)
    • When glass is shivered, it leaves behind smaller pieces of glass can possibly cut people.
  • Wood
    • Wood can be used to make stands, cabinets, frames, and furniture that is sturdy and strong enough to hold objects and people.
    • When wood is shivered, it leaves behind smaller pieces of wood that can stick someone.
  • Metal
    • Metal can be used to hold together buildings, cars, furniture, and a host of other items.
    • When metal is shivered, it leaves behind smaller pieces of metal that can cut and destroy people and other objects.
  • Explosives
    • Explosives can be used to in shivering glass, metal, wood, people, and a host of other things.
    • When explosives are shivered themselves, they can leave behind damage depending on the size of the explosives, where it is detonated, and what is around it.
  • People
    • Believe it or not, people can be strong-minded and physically tough at times.
    • When people are shivered, whether through physical or verbal force, they become either physically or mentally broken into pieces where they either shut down or give up.

No matter how you look at all of these cases, when you shiver any of them, it can leave behind a big mess that may prove to be too difficult to clean up.

What can you learn through someone or something that is shivered?

Although someone or something may be shivered, it does not mean you cannot learn from the pieces that are left behind. Here are some of the things you can learn from someone or something that is shivered.

  • How much it took to create that object or person.
    • Nobody realizes how much time or resources that are needed to build an object or person before they become broken.
    • Seeing someone or something shivered can remind you of what all went into making that person or object.
  • How much force it took to break that object or person.
    • Depending on the dimensions and weight of the object or person, you learn of the different forces needed to break someone or something into smaller pieces.
    • Seeing the force needed to shiver someone or something can remind you of how tough a person or object was and how to break down someone or something of similar size and weight in the future.
  • How to either rebuild or make it stronger.
    • Seeing someone or something shivered is an opportunity to either repair or rebuild that person or object.
    • When you see anyone or anything shivered, you can start to look at ways to either rebuild the pieces together again, or move on and build a greater and stronger version of what was already shivered.

I encourage you to look at the various things that have become shivered in your life. You will find that the force needed to shiver certain things varied from item to item. The lesson we can learn from anyone or anything shivered is that even though it is broken, they or it can be repaired, recreated, or improved. Let’s remember that when you shiver someone or something, you can choose to leave a mess and cause damage for the worse, or clean up and cause change for the better.

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I have a few questions to ask you in which I would love for you to give some thought.

  • What are some people or things that have become shivered in your life?
  • How did you choose to handle the person or thing and why?
  • What was the result of how you dealt with the shivered person or thing?
  • What would you recommend to someone dealing with a shivered person or thing?

You answers and comments can help yourself or someone else deal with this important question….

  • What can you learn through someone or something that is shivered?

-Michael J. Fite

 

 

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I am a husband, father, life coach, motivator, and sailor wrapped into one guy with one mission in mind: To bring you the motivation and inspiration one post at a time!

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