Standing on the wooden bridge, I had the sudden urge to photograph it.
I looked to make sure no vehicles were approaching and I tried a couple of shots from different angles.
The slant of the structure (at least in the photograph) seems to hide from view what is immediately on the other side.
In a way not quite explainable, it also seems to be issuing a quiet appeal to find out.
Not every bridge or road is beneficial, though, and choosing the right one to traverse will make all the difference.
Knowing that, how can we determine to make the right choice every time?
Personally, there are a couple of "unknown" pathways coming up on the horizon pretty soon.
The first temptation that I face is to worry about the choice beforehand.
Considering it, talking to God about it—those are good ways to spend my thoughts.
Worrying about it?
Understanding that if I acknowledge God at every step, asking Him which way He wants me to go, everything will be just as was planned–by Him, not me.
Trust in the LORD with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding;
in all your ways acknowledge him,
and he will make your paths straight.