This morning I didn’t shower. I wore the same pair of jeans I wore yesterday and a comfy T-shirt because I was taking my son to school and returning home instead of going into the office.
At this point you are probably wishing for a fresh pine scent air freshener.. …. …
Biscuit and gravy, chicken biscuit or cereal when I get home?
Just a few simple choices – mostly inconsequential unless biscuits and gravy become a weekly event and then I will be shopping for some new, slightly-larger pants.
Choice is the very reason you are here. Choices are what define us. The power of choice is what makes you more than just an inanimate object or a machine devoid of ability for anything other than to perform and task or function.
Choice gives you the power to enjoy or despise, love or hate, to quit and retreat or fight and overcome and, most importantly, to set the course of your life.
The tale of two trees is a story of one choice made a million times over a lifetime.
I want to invite you along in this series of A Tale Of Two Trees and see where it leads. As always, thanks for reading!