We all have a protective bubble around us to secure us from the pain and horror we see around us. We sometimes allow others like family and close friends to penetrate this bubble to share in their grief and sorrow but not everyone can come in because we’d be overwhelmed. Imagine if we cried at every obituary announcement or shed a tear every time a baby in Haiti goes hungry, we would never have a moment of happiness. Some of the bubbles of “great leaders” are so hard that this enables them to climb ahead by stepping on others as they move up. Yet one step too far can lead these individuals to fall down further and further without a hand to grasp. To keep from building your bubble too strong it’s important to take a moment and think about those less fortunate on a daily basis, to prayer for there eventual success, and to find at least a small way to help. We must remember that there will be times that we want others to invite us in there bubble so shouldn’t we?