Making mistakes in the spiritual life is an essential part of growth—as important as forest fires, blow-downs, and insects are to the life of a thriving forest. You grow only in being burnt, bent, and bitten. You have to stumble before you can walk.
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The Value of an Afternoon Walk
Yesterday I headed out with my 9 year-old son and our beagle for an afternoon walk to meet a requirement for Cub Scouts. As we walked in the woods near our house, I asked him what he liked most about walking. He said without hesitation, “Spending time with my family.”
As we walked the rest of the way and looked at a cool turtle and collected trash, I couldn’t have found a better reason to stretch my legs. Take a walk with someone you love. It may just be the best part of your day.