Here we are again at the close of one year and the beginning of the next. It's a familiar place. A place where we can either relish the successes of our past year or eagerly proclaim that the new year will be our fresh start closing out a year of challeneges.
This is where my year began.
You can click the link HERE and make your own accessment of whether or not I achieved what I wanted to in 2010.
I won't bore you with a recap of my year. We each had the same 365 days to change and grow into the people we look at in the mirror today. So if you have been following you already know the moments that I have shared with you, the ebb and flow of my little journey. And now to look back might change the way I feel about the path I have already traveled.
Beacuse sometimes looking forward our choice seems like the right one but with the benefit of time the way we view our decisions changes and sometimes seems like a mistake. But maybe it's more about the journey regardless of which turns we took to get there.
Again this year I find inspiration in odd places through my days. Currently my running life has been held hostage but circumstance thus putting me on the treadmill watching movies while I run.
I just finished the movie Inception.
I find a quote from the movie meaningful right now.
"You're waiting for a train. A train that will take you far away. You can't be sure where it will take you. But it doesn't matter - because we'll be together."
The train for me is life right now.
I don't know where it is taking me but I am excited about the journey.
I hope that my trip will take me through amazing places and experinces.
I hope that my journey and all the challenges that I will face in traveling it will help not only be but will influence those around me.
The train could be life or a situation you are facing but whatever it is for you I hope you boldly board that train with your ticket in hand even if you are not quite such where it will take you because on this journey we will be together.
For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.
2 Timothy 1:7