Once a man wanted to get to a particular island just outside the harbor. He went to the dock and found that two boats moored next to each other were both leaving for the island at the same time, but taking different routes. Not being sure which would be better, he stood with one foot in each boat trying to decide. He still hadn’t made up his mind as the boats pulled away from the dock, and still couldn’t decide when the boats started to go their separate ways. Not putting his trust in one boat or the other, he didn’t get to the island—he just got very, very wet.
©2002 Dr. Joseph Parent (P)2016 Audible, Inc.