Path

On a recent road trip to visit friends in Wyoming, we stopped at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.  Saw this inspiring little path as we walked.  I choose my path (or at least how I respond to the path).  Sometimes a harder path is worth the work.  A path should elevate my spirit, my values, my relationships.  Every day – every second of every day – I am charting my course, thought by thought and step by step.  Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, self-control.  And to help keep myself on a fruitful path, I learn and sift through what I allow into my eyes and ears – sensationalism of the “news”, ranting on social media, and the anything-but-peaceful protesting.  I strive to take thoughtful, careful steps.

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