Blizzards in North Central Montana can be brutal. My mother grew up on a farm and ranch there. When a massive snow storm would come in they would still need to take care of their animals.
My grandpa tied a guide rope between the house and the barn. The guide rope wasn't there for before or after the storm. After all, once the snow had fallen, no matter how deep, they could see the barn and dig a path.
The rope was there to help guide them during the storm. In the face of such immense adversity, they couldn't just sit inside and hope the animals would be ok. They had to get out there and take care of the animals.
This got me thinking about the challenges I face in my life. I might not be faced with a literal storm (at least not most of the time), but there are definitely things that happen that make me want to stay in the comfort of my home.
What's my guide rope? What gets me through the storm?
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