Hold My Hand and Guide Me

Our parents raise us to be smart, logical people and our experiences in life help create a sense of reality based on our surroundings and interactions with people. But from time to time we may be presented with a situation which we might not have any control over, or just have no fathomable understanding of how the events are playing out. It’s like the Twilight Zone and you feel like you’re in some sort of strange dream where you start to question your own mental fortitude and sense of reality.

 

Luckily I have learned the importance of patience. Still have to work hard and be strong but perhaps the answer will be revealed with enough patience.

Ecclesiastes 7:8

The end of a matter is better than its beginning and patience is better than pride.

 

I'm sorry that I've been a big poop on commenting lately. I've had some things come up that have been occupying my time and energy. And I'm going to Colorado on Sunday-Tuesday for work, so besides training people, the rest of my free time will probably be dedicated to driving through the Rockies, looking for barns and reading the new book I got at lunch today

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Taken on May 13, 2009
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