When will you arrive?

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Frederick Dodson

Sometimes my students tell me

“I’m on a journey”

as an excuse not to change NOW.

One student complains he hasn’t had sex with his wife in 3 years. He says “I’m giving her time. She’s on a journey”

I respond: “A journey? When will she arrive?”

Another student has been struggling with alcohol abuse for 10 years. “I’m on a journey of recovery”.

I respond: “Oh yeah? Why not just quit right now?”

In reality, there is no past and no future, only the eternal now, the only time you can start, stop or change anything.

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