#4 Sometimes, when we think we’re in it alone, it’s good to remember that others have gone before.
I wondered, as I climbed these steps, who had laid them? How long had it taken? Was it a large group? Did they laugh while they placed each heavy boulder in place? Did anyone get hurt? Whoever it was, however long it took them, I appreciated their efforts. They had gone before and, as a result, my way was easier.
Someone else is making our way here a tad more fun. Do you remember this photo of Camel’s Hump from afar? I posted it July 8, at the beginning of this 13-part series.
My Scots-African-Brit buddy, Ian Mathie, sent me this photo he took of his own “Camel’s hump.”
I’m tickled to see how similar the two camels’ humps are. Thanks, Ian.
How about you? What places in your life have been made easier because of those who had gone before you?
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