Friday, October 25, 2013
Sunday, October 20, 2013
So the poem "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost describes the choice one makes when deciding to take the tried and true or create your own path. I attempted my own but it seems that has gotten me lost. How do I make my way back to the tried and true? Do I have to retrace my steps all the way back to the beginning? Does this mean I must relive all of the wrong decisions again and again before things get right? Do I have to make a shortcut and another new path to lead me to the correct way? Does that just cause me to get further lost?
"Because it was grassy and wanted wear". That is definitely not the right reason to try your own way. With the amount of information we now have at our fingertips, its pretty clear that anything original must be truly Divine Intervention or way beyond our understanding that the forces of nature create a perfect situation.
No, I want to get stuck in traffic. That means I'm heading in the right direction. How do I turn around?
Thank you for letting me take a few seconds of your day.