"The hardest thing to learn,"
wrote David Russell, "is which
bridge to cross and which bridge
It seems inevitable that as we make
our cross-country journey from birth
to death that we eventually meet
streams that must be forged, and
rivers that must be crossed.
Hence, we are always burning up
bridges that would get us from
where we were to where we think
we want to go.
And, for many of us, there have been
bridges that should have been burnt
but were left standing, and others we
should have crossed, but didn't.
Oh well, never mind all that. Don't fret
or despair over bridges passed by, burnt,
or passed over.
Keep your eye on the road ahead.
There's sure to be another bridge,
to burn or cross, right around the