Where we fall may be more important than why we fall. Perhaps it’s more about the landing than why we tripped in the first place. If it’s in a hole in which we land, maybe we are supposed to be looking up. If it’s a thorny patch, then perhaps we should be careful and move with caution as we continue on. If it’s a soft, lush landing, maybe we are to rest and enjoy the comfort of the moment. And if it’s a hard landing, perhaps we are to realize we need to be more aware because the next fall may be one we don’t get up from.

C.L. Harmon