Continuing down the path of playing catch up with my 2017 Reading Challenge, I switched up my earlier choice for my second book to finish in April from TheCleansweep Conspiracy by Chuck Waldron (which is a self published book) to The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz (which is an award-winning book). It was a book that I had meant to read for the longest but never did; and for the sake of expediency on getting to my two reading choices for May so that I don’t fall further behind, I started reading it last week.
I think there’s something to be said for laying out a goal, figuring out the steps needed to achieve that goal, and then taking those necessary steps toward it.
I think there’s even more to be said about the person who stays on that course even when their view of the finish line (their goal) starts to become a bit obscured. We’re all human right? With that comes a predisposition to becoming distracted and trailing off our chosen path a bit, caught up in the pitfalls that life presents to us at times. The worse ones usually being the ones that seem to catch us completely unaware.