Isaac Newton’s Third Law of Motion states:

“To every action
there is an equal
and opposite reaction.”

Simply put, if “Body A.” exerts a force on “Body B,” the end result is that “Body B” simultaneously exerts a force of the same magnitude on “Body A.” Both objects generate force and the amount of force generated by each component is constantly equal.

Place the palm of your hand against a brick wall and push. The palm is compressed. It may not seem like it, but compression is evidence that the brick wall is pushing back. Don’t argue with me on this one, this is Newton’s Law and he’s got a pretty strong resume.

Plain and simple, FORCE is an interaction between a pair of objects and it’s as inseparably attached to you as your shadow on a sunny afternoon. Whether you realize it or not, your day consists of a continuous chain of unfolding events in which what you’re actually doing is engaged in a power struggle with what you’d rather be doing. The question is one of ratio.

Is the weight of the world resting on your shoulders or have you got your world on a string?

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Mark DeWayne Combs

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