Where are you going?

Thursday night I attended a presentation on the Heroin Opioid Epidemic.  What struck me was the idea of a path.  Each of us is on a path.  Sometimes there is a crossroads that changes things immediately.  The first time someone puts the poison that is heroin in their body, they have made a terrible, life altering decision.  That decision changes their path and their direction in a tragic way.

However, most steps on the path do not appear as crossroads, but what we do not realize is the tremendous difference every little decision can make.  We are all headed somewhere.  If you do not care where you end up, any step in any direction will get you there.  But if you have an idea of where you would like to be in 5 years, 10 years, or at the end of your life, every step matters – even the ones that seem insignificant.

“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” Psalm 119:105 (ESV)

The rest of the blog is pictures – first, this email just came through – how weird?  It is 10:35 a.m. and I’m finishing this blog about choices and this comes through my email – img_9239





And this that I read this morning put me on the path in talking about being on a path!













What if there is something you were meant to find?  There is.







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