By Lisa Goudy
Have you ever tried running downhill as fast as you can?
Most of us have. It’s fun running downhill. However, stopping and keeping your footing is harder to do. In fact, it’s sometimes a little too easy to be running downhill, to trip and fall or miss the stopping point we had wanted to meet.
I think this is a similar situation to how we spend our time day to day. If we spent too much time running, too much time looking ahead, we might have trouble stopping and appreciating what we have now.