It was an accident waiting to happen.
As I came back home one morning, I wondered why running wasn’t getting easier. The answer was obvious: I’d been inconsistent in it. In that “Eureka” moment, I came up with a little hypothesis on why inconsistent people were never going to become great at whatever it is they were involved in. I called it “The Pain Of Inconsistency” Theory 🤓.
I saw a video of a woman walking along a road with her child (who should be around 5years old), the boy was in his school uniform.
With the moon hiding its silvered face on the other side of planet earth and the stars concealed behind banks of clouds, it was a rather dark night as I attempted to find the house of a friend. To make things more complicated, I’d only visited this friend of mine once: and at night! So … Continue reading “Please, Shine Your Light”
The Empty tomb stands as a testament