Direction

Last year there was too much talk and not enough action. There was too much thinking, optimizing, anticipating obstacles, planning, preparing, and pondering. All these things can keep a man busy spinning around in circles. Here I am standing in the same place.
Some pondering is a good thing. I didn’t take many photos during today’s 2-hour loop around Sanger. Instead, I made substantial progress on my cycling goals for 2010, and used this time to figure ways to implement a few other more challenging changes. The bicycle is very important, but people are more important.
I am confident that I’m moving in the right direction.
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2 thoughts on “Direction

  1. Cycling and showering are the two activities which inspire my creative thoughts most, and cycling is, by far, the most enjoyable (though a hot shower after a long ride IS nice!). Great post, and even if you took few photos, the ones you did take were lovely.

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