Saturday, March 5, 2011
While I was making my way to the exit of the cave, I bumped into a rock and my flashlight shut off. This caused a short moment of panic and an impulse action. I tried to move forward after the light had suddenly shut off, and I felt the consequences of that by slipping and scraping my hand. Without light, we can still travel through the cave, but we have to try many different courses of action. Most of the time, if we don't have the light to guide us, we choose the wrong one, or in this case, misstep. Those are the times when we make choices that we wouldn't usually make; the times when we can't clearly see the right path.