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It's A Journey

  • Writer's pictureWanda J. Thompson


Updated: Jan 25, 2021

Sometimes it’s hard for people who have always lived by the rules to accept failure or shortcomings…in themselves and others. They have denied themselves the freedom to take risks and go against the grain. Therefore, they may feel a certain smugness or even resentment and disdain for those who have made mistakes or who have even managed to succeed living outside the box. It’s totally understandable. Just think of the story of the prodigal son that squandered his inheritance but was welcomed back to his father’s house and restored. His brother was not too happy with that outcome. We can probably all see ourselves with that mindset at one time or the other. But