Strong, Perfect, Whole: Becoming Who You Want to Be
We are all travelling on the road of life with some sort of map. Whether it is etched in stone, modified to a specific liking, or no map at all, we all end up on a course that will take us from here to there and back again. Lao Tzu offers this piece of good advice: “A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.”Tzu’s statement lends itself toward a learning process—trial and error, and ultimately growth.Life’s journey is undoubtedly filled with detours, stop signs and roundabouts. These roadblocks will test our faith, courage, strengths and weaknesses. They will force us to accept what is and learn the lessons that are to be learned or let life pass us by.