Reflections on Brakes

  • Days are full of starting and stopping
  • Slowing down allows space for thought and resolution
  • Gaining speed brings us to new places
  • Look ahead to determine impact, needs, and goals
  • Checking the rear mirror keeps us alert to approaching situations
  • Resist danger by being prepared to brace yourself
  • Sometimes change is indicated or is thrust upon you
  • Timing of actions and words can be critical
  • In times of change, you may need to slow before continuing
  • Be alert to oncoming traffic when facing challenges
  • Digging in your heels makes it difficult to make progress
  • Keep aware of others and the impact you may have
  • Early warnings help us to prepare or to change course
  • The Conductor provides guidance in applying and letting up on the brakes

from “Reflections from the Everyday”

4 thoughts on “Reflections on Brakes

  1. So cute!! Good advice, as always!!

    Diane Tucker

    ” When you run alone, its called a race……and when God runs with you, its called Grace.”

    On Fri, Nov 13, 2020 at 10:48 PM The Still Small Voice wrote:

    > forjustaweed posted: ” Days are full of starting and stoppingSlowing down > allows space for thought and resolutionGaining speed brings us to new > placesLook ahead to determine impact, needs, and goalsChecking the rear > mirror keeps us alert to approaching situationsResist dan” >

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  2. I called upon the name of the Lord and he heard me, thank you Lord God, in Christ Jesus, thank you for pulling me out from the pits of hell!!

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