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Follow Your Road

How often do you stop to ponder about how far you have come? Life at times gets so busy, it becomes almost automatic -- as if day and night were trading turns without you realizing. Don't let it become the norm.

Follow the road and ponder how far you have come.

From where you started to now, you have crossed rivers, climbed mountains, conquered valleys and plains, and experienced rain and sunshine. You have walked alone and with friends, late at night and early in the morning. Along the way, you have touched lives and changed your own.

So much has happened…

And the passing of time has given you the wisdom to see the world differently, although it remains the same.

Where have you truly come from?

Where will you go now?

Your road unfurls before you. The wind whispers softly, and the future beckons.

And on one afternoon amidst the woods in a foreign country, you breathe in the crisp cold November air and, surrounded by love, hear the crunch of leaves as you take a step forward into gratitude and what is yet to come…

Fare forward, traveler.

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