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I recently heard this saying, “A rut is simply a grave with both ends kicked out.”
However, a little research reveals the original version to be:
“The only difference between a rut and a grave are the dimensions” and is attributed to Ellen Glasgow, an American novelist.
When looked at that way, one would never want to be in a rut.
So how do you know, other than a head and foot stone, when you are in a rut?
With no head stone or foot stone to stop you, a rut might feel like a path.
IF you have ever gone cross-country skiing, allowing someone else to cut a path for you was great, all you had to do is get your skis into the rut and follow along.
Following along is not a bad way to go when YOU do not know
WHO YOU ARE
WHERE YOU ARE GOING
HOW YOU ARE GOING TO ARRIVE AT YOUR DESIRED DESTINATION
You may have thought: LEAVE MY RUT ALONE!
However, when you are READY to define yourself, then getting out of your RUT, following along with others may mean you must get out of your rut.