Day in and day out we all make millions of decisions. Making the right or wrong choice from moment to moment becomes the accumulation of our experience. Sometimes, we actually trip over the decisions we are asked to make. Sitting on the ground looking at what needs to be done, we can quickly let the weight of a decision drain our momentum. It is never easy to make a decision that we feel will effect the out come of our life and implement it. The hope is that we will treat each decision as if it was a stepping stone along the journey of our life. Whether we are walking or running along those stones, remember the more difficult the decision that we are asked to make, the more interesting our journey becomes.
Rebecca B. Sargeant