Time and again, we encounter obstacles on our way to, well, wherever we are going.

Jobs, relationships, or for that matter, the way we prepare tea.

But if we have decided on the destination, then there's no reason to rethink that decision every time we hit a roadblock.

There are plenty other ways to circumvent it or take it down, dust up our jackets and move on. But if we keep thinking if heading out on the journey was a good decision or not, the roadblock continues to exist ,and looks all the more daunting.

Roadblocks exist to test our willingness to pursue the path. We wouldn't be able to appreciate the destination if it were smooth sailing all the time.

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