Every year my father and I would go on hunts together. We would drive, boat or sometimes fly into areas in search of big game. On one of those trips my dad and I had to make a decision. It was a decision which we never forgot. Decisions do determine one's destiny. In Sacramento Valley on Kodiak Island in Alaska a decision was made which had consequences.
May you think deeply this day about the steps that you are about to take in the next chapter of life set before you. May you resist the temptation to take the easy road. May you remember those who will be impacted by your choices. And then, may you know that there is a Hand which is aware of your choices and is always ready to rescue you if you will let go of your circumstances and reach for the Hand.
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