“I hope you accept that each moment is a step on a journey and part of a bigger and better thing, but the journey can be scary. I hope you grow in connecting the dots between the moments, the scary journey, and the bigger, better thing.” — Gary Morland, Scary Hope
Obviously we talk a lot here, every week, about making decisions always with the simple mantra of doing the next right thing.
One thing we haven’t talked a lot about? What if you try to do the next right thing but later you look back and realize it wasn’t the right thing after all? What do we do when our next right thing turns out to be wrong? And how do we handle regret?
If you’ve struggled with this question in your own decision-making, I hope to offer a little relief today. Listen in.
Links + Resources From This Episode:
- Bonus! Annie F. Downs
- The Next Right Thing book
- Bread and Wine: Readings for Lent and Easter by Various Authors
- Romans 6: 5-7
- A Family Shaped by Grace by Gary Morland
- Scary Hope by Gary Morland
- Find me on Instagram @emilypfreeman
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