Friday, 10 February 2012

The Way

"Run while you have the light of life,
lest the darkness of death overtake you" (John 12:35). - RB Prologue

Arise, then, but do so at once, without delay. Do not defer your purpose till "tonight" or "tommorow" or "later", when I have finished what I have to do just now. The interval may be fatal. - Tito Colliander
Finally got to see the The Way the line that struck me;

(Hostel keeper asked why she had never done the The Way)

"When I was young, I was too busy, now I am old, I am too tired."
My age would be considered neither young nor old, but I am certainly too busy and tired with responsibilites. But is that good enough reason to put certain things off? No.

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