Taking the high road will always have peaks and valleys.
Hurdles and detours emphasize my need to address what is in front of me.
I watch my footing on the intimidating steeps and the rocky descents.
As the broad road narrows, each obstacle reminds me that the only way past where I am is through.
When I blaze my own trail, I am distracted by ulterior intention and I become misdirected.
My shortcuts only serve to slow my progress as I try to get to a destination faster without experiencing the journey.
Good Orderly Direction is an incredible marathon, not a blind sprint.
The next right step is rarely what think it should be and what I assume I want usually steers me off course.
It is on the path that I exist, destiny is outside my comprehension.
As I travel, inevitably, I find that the route has placed me exactly where I am supposed to be.
My aim is to move in this grand adventure with willingness, honesty and open-mindedness.
I trudge, walking with intent and purpose.
This is my campaign.