The pendulum is the instrument, whose index reaches from the left end to the right end.
We all understand that this movement, from one end to the other end, is the natural flow that keeps the movement alive and assists the mechanical function. Without arriving at the extreme position, the restoration, the return and the continuation of the pendulum is not possible. The same applies to our personal behavior when we reach the extremes.
The extremes may be uncomfortable, but this is the only way to test the endurance, the only way for our thoughts and opinions to be manifested and judged so that we take our lesson.
From the examples of the Bible, we learn not only about the success of the people who lived in the extreme, but also about the condescending attitude of God towards human, extreme but honest behavior [Jacob’s fight, Peter on the waves]. There is one characteristic though; When they took their lesson, people returned to regularity.
Great successes, as a rule, come only through great trials, which do not overlook, but take into account the strengths of man with weaknesses, fear, doubt, and quest for something better.