“No one has a problem with the first mile of a journey. Even an infant could do fine for a while. But it isn’t the start that matters. It’s the finish line.”
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I think the first mile is the easiest. It’s when we learn more and understand more that it gets harder.
If anything it would be the other way around. I find the more I learn the easier it gets.
Very True. It’s how you relate to other people and how you make this world a better place because you were here, that matters.
It would be great if I actually knew where the finish line was at this point, but I guess I’ll just have to wait until the end!
I can only hope and pray for the best right now.
For every issue we deal with Randy, there’s a starting point and a finishing line. What’s important is both, how we begin to deal with the issue in hand and how we resolve the issue.
In my opinion as with everything it’s always up to us.
I think it’s the other way around. Taking that first step is often the hardest.
It’s probably the fear of the unknown that stops us; but it’s on an unconscious level most of the time. We don’t always know or understand the reasons behind why we feel we can’t.
I think the majority of us are more than up to it. We just have to believe we are and give it a go.
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