That evening a spirited conversation ensued about whether the duo had actually been lost. They had been near the path but had wandered a few feet far enough off-trail that they sunk their machine in deep powder. The father and son could have done something dangerous; they could have attempted to walk cross country. Instead, father taught son the important lesson of keeping your head and making yourself available for those who might be looking for them. As long as they were on a trail, they knew they’d be found. Finally, the father hushed those who chastised him, “We might not know exactly where we are, but that doesn’t mean we’re lost.”
If we are doing it right, the journey is more important than the destination.
Know you are blessed,