Thank you that most of the time we can put one foot in front of the other. And thank you that even when we have moments that we can’t put one foot in front of the other, we eventually get to where we can.
Thank you for those times when we actually recognize the road less travelled. And thank you for those times when we muster the courage to tell our feet to go that way.
Thank you for those moments of insight when we are so very grateful to have feet. Thank you for when that gratitude inspires us to be concerned about those who have no shoes—or no feet—or who lack anything else we take for granted—so that we get our feet moving in ways that help.