Friday, January 30, 2015


photo by Curtis Perry

 . . . on Route 66.  (You knew the rest of the line, right?  No??  -- Come on, bro!)

My local paper (article link) wrote about that mother road, as it is sometimes called.     

"It is the means upon which so many came to Los Angeles before me and after me because people are still doing it now.  So it's the means to bring everybody to their final destination.  And, for me, Route 66 is still very much a living and breathing highway . . ." Richard Schave, a Route 66 business tour company owner was quoted as saying.  

Life's path is living and breathing too.  A route is like that.  Yup, many pass by before you and after you.  Make the pathway bright.  Leave directions to a happy destination.  Help those who cross your path.  Life is a highway.  What better way to get your kicks? 

Principle in the type:  "We read in Proverbs the admonition, “Ponder the path of thy feet.” (Proverbs 4:26) . . . With the account of the good Samaritan . . . teaches us to love and to serve our neighbors.  (Luke 10:30-37) . . . parable of the talents . . . teaches us to improve ourselves . . . (Matthew 25: 14-30)  With the parable of the lost sheep . . .  instructs us to go to the rescue of those who have left the path and have lost their way. (Luke 15: 4-7)  . . . let our lights shine . . ."  Thomas S. Monson.   

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