The May, 2015 edition of Sibyl Magazine features a thread in my life’s tapestry — From GED to PhD.
I left home/school when I was 15. That personal choice meant getting a GED instead of graduating with my class. I went on to earn my PhD. And while I’m Ph.inisheD with brick-and-mortar academia, I’ll never be done learning.
My friend Barbara Kass recently wrote an engaging blog post titled “The Presence of Decisions.” As I shared with her, it made me think about several people over the years who’ve said, “I feel like I’m painted into a corner.”
All we have to do is but look in our own hand to see who is holding the paintbrush.
Life is a series of choices and consequences. It takes a series of choices to get into the corner; it takes a series of different choices to get back out.
When was the last time you painted yourself into a corner—
literally or figuratively?