Carry a cross or drop it?
If we carry doubt with us, how does that benefit anything?
Sure it takes a long time to rid ourselves of all our doubt.
Which is a great reason to stay with it – to see it through.
(photo: Another accidental photo from yesterday. This one from an 80-minute run behind Walt Disney World before going to Gold’s Gym.)
Is your life organized enough so that you can occasionally push yourself?
Congrats if it is.
Prayers if it’s not.
Expect one set back after another. That’s what every successful person (that you tell yourself you can never be) does.
Yes, successful people have a key trait that is developed through trial and error.
It’s called perseverance.
It seems the 10,000 blog post milestone is close.
Here’s what. It began by writing a single post.
So challenging not to judge others isn’t it? But that’s the goal, to not judge.
Even when it’s difficult, it doesn’t mean we are failing, it means we are trying harder than we ever have. Take solace in that. And keep winning the battle over judging.
Prayers are most often answered after we think they won’t be.
But there’s a catch.
We must never stop praying, and trying, and hoping.
Last night this was validated (again).
PS. The long way is always the best short cut.
PS. Sorry for the parental obscurity, the details are complicated, the emotion nearly overwhelming. And so it goes.