Tuesday, July 10, 2012
I am a pilgrim on this earth. Maybe you're one too. Here's the dictionary's definition: one who journeys a long distance, to some sacred place as an act of devotion. Life is a long journey and we leave footprints whether we choose to or not. A journey usually ends up in a destination or it is amiless wandering. I like the rest of the definition, that it's to some sacred place as an act of devotion. What sacred place do you choose? We always have a choice in the place we choose as our destination. It doesn't matter what life throws at us, the sacred place is ours to choose. That sacred place is reflected in the state of our soul when life draws to a close. What exactly is devotion anyway? The dictionary says it's a giving over or appropriating to a purpose or a cause. Are we that devoted to anything? The question to you this day is: Are you a person who knows where you are going, who doesn't mind the distance, with the idea that that your life is worth a purpose or a cause? Let's talk!