Why Life Is Defined By The Journey, Not The Destination
James Prescott

We get so caught up in the destinations we set for ourselves. Entrapped really, and that’s all we see. We forget that it IS the journey that’s important. We forget to trust the process, and not just look for the results. I appreciate your post today. Because you are not sugar-coating the struggles we all face. The world paints inaccurate pictures. They bombard us with images and if we’re not careful we’ll believe we’re not part of life if we don’t have those images. That is not true. We are all valuable human beings on individual journeys. And we can be content wherever we are with whatever we have and even don’t have. Good post, James.

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