Two elderly villagers were seating at the corner bench besides road.
“How? Somebody back told me that this road goes to Gangapur.”
“Son, I am here for last 70 years and I never seen this road going anywhere. If you want to go Gangapur, you have to go on this road straight. You, yourself have to walk”
Road are media to reach at the destination. We have to move, we have to walk, and we have to take efforts to reach at the destination. It is upto us how we take the road. By walking, by running or by some other speedy vehicle. There are million roads, therefore you have to keep in mind that road is only road.
If you thanks that the road which is not towards the destination, you need not stay with it under any circumstances.
There is no affront to oneself or others in dropping it if that is what your heart tells you to do. But your decision to keep on the path must be free of fear or ambition.
Look at every Road/path closely and deliberately. Ask the question, “Does this road take me towards my Goal?”
Try it as many times as you think necessary. Then ask yourself and yourself alone one question. It is this: Does this road have a heart? Does this road have the values? Does this road is sensible to adjust the change if you desire to?
All roads are the same. They lead nowhere.
There are roads going through the brush or into the brush or under the brush.
Does this path have a heart is the only question.
If it does, then the road is good.
If doesn’t, it is of no use.