Tag: Life

Decisions, Decisions

“My basic principle is that you don’t make decisions because they are easy; you don’t make them because they are cheap; you don’t make them because they’re popular; you make them because they’re right.”

~ Theodore Hesburgh

 

We’ve all been there. Door after door. Choice after choice. Decisions, decisions. We have multiple opportunities before us. We have a decision to make. And this is no small decision; it’s a big decision, at least in the moment. What job to take. Where to live. Who to hire. Where to go to college. On and on it goes. We are constantly faced with decisions, many of which can affect the trajectory of our lives. It can be overwhelming at times, wondering if we are making the right choice. Decision-making doesn’t have to be stressful; it can be a peaceful process. So how do we have peace instead of stress? Continue reading “Decisions, Decisions”

Running the Race

I used to run. Now, not so much. I’m more of a walker these days. But one day, back in the day when I ran fairly regularly, I started out on my morning run and crossed paths with another runner. She was running at a faster pace than I was, seemed to be closer to the end of her morning run, and yet, I couldn’t see a drop of sweat on her.

Now me on the other hand? I looked like I had just rolled out of bed, and by the end of my run, my face was red and the sweat was dripping.

I’ve decided I’m not a very graceful runner. But then again, how many of us are?

Then I would hear about other people’s runs – they’re running at a faster pace or longer distance than me. So the comparisons would begin but then…
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