“The people should not think that small beginnings are unimportant...." Zechariah 4:10 NCV
We of the microwave generation wish everything to be done right NOW. Snap of the fingers and there it is.
Unfortunately, life doesn't work that way. You have to start somewhere and build from that foundation.
Since I began trying to exercise, get fit and lose weight, I have been despising the small start. I want instant results! Realistically thinking, that is not going to happen.
On looking at my weight chart I've been maintaining, I see that it has taken me 4 weeks to lose 4 pounds.
Kind of discouraging ...
Yet, when I think about it, if I break down the weight I've gained since being at my ideal weight, I realize it averages out to about 3 pounds a year. My weight gain was small each year but it added up.
My weight loss journey will have to be a series of small steps. Evenutally, I will get there - if I don't give up. (And I am not a quitter!)
I imagine that is the way with every great endeavor. Starting out small, enduring a seemingly endless journey, but finally reaching a goal. Hopefully, the goal will bring BIG rewards!
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