Sunday, May 15, 2011
One wrong step...
Metaphorically and literally, I have been on a lot of journeys in my life. Always leaving in one direction and often coming back from another. As a young lad, I remember countless bike rides and hikes into the mountains and I learned early on that for every step I took away, it took me an additional step to get back home. Sometimes I even went too far, or in a completely wrong direction and it was tough getting home again. Now this may sound ridiculously obvious. But, as a metaphor, I see a parallel with life. You see... it's not just one bad step in the wrong direction. For every step in the wrong direction, it takes two steps to get back to where we started. Hence the need to only go in the right direction and never get too far from home.
Posted by Kevin Nichol; CHRP, CRSP, CSO at 9:05 AM