Saturday, April 17, 2010


I read this and think you should too.


Chris Bartlett said...

Great post. I'm a child of the 70s and ride a Royal Enfield Bullet. For me, it is a "call to authenticity in one's life choices". Riding has given me a renewed focus on being the best person I can be.

- Make a light shine about me, that others will see me in a more obvious way.
- Let me see, and foresee, the dangerous actions of others.
- Prepare the way before me that no people, animals or vehicles will cross my path in a dangerous way.

Every morning before I leave the house on my 40min ride to work, I thank my Heavenly Father for the blessings He's given me and then I make these specific requests for my safety so that I can return home to continue my work on being a better husband and dad.

I've had close calls, but in almost 10,000 miles, I have never had a problem. I believe this is because as long as I'm trying to be a decent person, and I'm praying for His specific help, He will answer me. The day when I'm called to leave this life and step into the next, it'll be because he called me - not because I was riding without His protection.

Anonymous said...

Where is this quotation from?
Do you know who the original author is?

Thanks for finding it.