Truth be told, it's a picture of the way many of us elect to live our lives.We are constantly pulled in several different directions.
People tell us how much they love this, or love that, or even love each other...
but what does love really mean, or should we say, what is love?
If you are like most dating couples, you are looking for more than just a companion – you want a soul mate!
If you were to point your car southwest of Cortez, Colorado, drive exactly 38 miles along Highway 160 and then hang a right on Four Corners Monument Road, in about a half mile you'd run into the only spot in America where you can be in four states at the same time: the intersection of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.
It's out in the middle of an empty desert, surrounded by dust, rocks and boulders.
But that doesn't stop upwards of 2,000 people a day from visiting Four Corners and waiting in line just for the thrill of having their picture taken standing in four states at once.
Truly the American way, huh—trying to be four places at one time!
Little sense of where we've been and where we're going.
What's more, I fear that by crowding out any room for meaningful communication, original thought or spiritual insight in our family schedules, we're fueling in our children a raw addiction to activity, constant motion, continuous noise and endless sensory stimulation.
I urge you to stop and check the speed limit on this road you're on.
Everyday we see the word "love," one of the most abused words in the dictionary.