Here are some thoughts inspired by the This I Believe series:
Years later, when I was a junior in college, I spent a semester abroad in
I took this attitude and practice of asking for directions with me when I went to
One time I went on a trip to
I believe in asking for directions. Sure there are some who won’t tell you the right way, or will want unreasonable payment. Others may politely tell you “a way” that may not be “the way.” When you are lost you can stubbornly keep going forward and maybe figure out the way on your own. But for me, I’d rather ask along the way; the journey is more important than the destination.