The roads of Acadia National Park lead somewhere.
I love this quote from Lewis Carroll, "If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there."
I never used to view this quote as an abstract one. Finally, I realize its irony.
At first, I understood it as the importance of always knowing where you're going. Interpreting it as where you're going in life, family and career. That only specific paths will lead to desirable success. This quote never resonated with me until recently.
Today, it takes on an entirely new meaning for me.
I don't know what direction I'm going, but I have a wide array of roads that will get me there. As a result, I will get to my final destination somehow, somewhere. There's NO right or wrong way. Moving forward will get me there. Doing the work will get me there. Progress will get me there.
What does this quote mean for you? I'm interested in hearing from you.
I'm passionate about traveling!
The world has so much to offer, I'm not going to take that for granted. My first visit to Acadia National Park was in June of 2009. My husband and I were celebrating our first anniversary. Learn about this national park here!
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