Yellow and red are two very different colors. They also have two very different meanings when driving. Yellow means to slow down, take caution, proceed when safe. Red means to come to a complete and full stop.
Too many times in my life, I have come to a yellow light, a temporary roadblock, and I let it completely stop me. Something in my life that should only briefly curtail me, derails me.
Yellow is not red. Proceed when the way is clear.
As my morning inspiration, I include a video of little Timmy from Donegal Donkey Sanctuary in Ireland, which I have shared before.. He was born with two severely deformed back legs, but now, due to wonderful care and vet expertise, good hoof orthotics, and lots of God’s grace, he is four years old and doing wonderfully. Timmy didn’t let the yellows in his life derail him. He is full out green.❤
Yellow is not red. Love, Lisa
P.S. If you feel so inclined, http://www.donegaldonkeysanc.com is a wonderful place of healing and rest for neglected and abandoned donkeys. We “adopted” Timmy this year, and I know they would appreciate any help you could give them during this challenging Covid season..
I love the tortoise in the “Tortoise and the Hare.” He never gives up…he believes in his little turtle heart that if he doesn’t stop and just proceeds at his slow and steady pace, he has a chance at beating that egotistical rabbit. You all know the story….rabbit snoozes, overconfident; and that persistent turtle claims the gold medal. 🙂
I have recently begun working out after a long period of not doing so. Muscles that have lain dormant for probably all of my adult life are now screaming to life, causing me to have to rest a day between workouts in order to go back and do it again. But I know I need to be a tortoise, to be slow and steady and persistent. My body will adjust eventually, right? haha I realized last night that just a little bit each time is key; trying not to overdo it and paying later is crucial. And now I’m going to say it, the wonderful phrase you’ve all been waiting for….”Slow and steady wins the race.” Pray for me that I will be a good little turtle. 😉 Slainte, Lisa