Walk on my friends!
monos en theos ††††† james
I’m not quite sure where my attraction to stop and make a quick photo of the long and straight roads that I often travel originated. I kind of think it stems from growing up in West Texas and having traveled down so many long and straight roads. It some how brings me comfort to see where I am heading.
Or maybe it is that I am always searching for a way to follow and some reassurance that I am going the right way.
” But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.” (Matthew 7:13-14, NIV)
enjoy life, know where you’re going! en theos monos ††† jim
We have been blessed with very spring like weather the last few days. It has been shorts and t-shirts the last few days. Hope the trees and plants are a little wiser than me and do not bud too soon. I can remember several Easters where we have had ice and snow.
enjoy it while you got it! en theos ††† jim
“All my life affection has been showered upon me, and every forward step I have made has been taken in spite of it.”
George Bernard Shaw
I started looking for some powerful words to go with this weak image. I got lost in cyber-world for too much time reading all the motivation words that have been written about taking the first or next step. BrainyQuote alone had 32 pages full of quotes & sayings. Somehow this gave me some comfort. I must not be the only one that needs encouragement for taking the next step.
I am not sure why I even like this image but it just seems to be the view I see a lot of the time. My problem has never been taking the next step, but to find the right direction.
All who wander are not lost. ††† en theos † jim
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