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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Our actions of today shall be the path of our tomorrows.

Sooner or later you are going to realize, just as I did, that there is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.

It is very easy to know the path, especially in today's society. 

We have access to an abundance of information from books to the internet. 

KNOWING the path only takes a small amount of effort, but WALKING the path takes much more; it takes focus, determination, and self-discipline. 

It takes ACTION!

Our mind can set a deceptive trap for us where we actually KNOW the path to such a point, that we THINK we are walking path, when in fact we are spinning our wheels and going nowhere. 

Once you know the path, then the work starts.

You have to actually put in the mental and physical effort to WALK the path. You can KNOW the path sitting on you couch researching and reading, but you can't WALK the path with the same amount of effort; you must move forward. 

You must discipline yourself to take action. 

Walking always entails taking action, where knowing only entails thought. You have to have BOTH. 

Don't just know the path, walk it every day until you ARE the path.