I am not sure who wrote the above; but it is such powerful saying that resonates with me.
My life journey has taken many paths, planes, trains, cars and steps and as I continue to walk along each one of them - I am astounded at what I learn.
Often the hardest part is to find the right direction, but getting lost is not a fear that I carry with me. The children always comment about my 'inbuilt GPS' when I am driving; but this instinct for knowing where I am going, is related to knowing where I came from. If I get lost, I know where I was, so I can always turn around.
I love my life - my journey. Today I am running full-speed ahead. Walking happens, when I need to ponder the path to take, or have a rest and enjoy the destination - before I set off again.
Where will you walk today - do you have a direction in mind - does it matter?