NOT JUST A WALK IN THE WOODS

I almost didn't go on my walk that day. We were getting ready to move, and empty boxes beckoned. Nevertheless, I felt impelled to head off into the woods with my dog. Over the years I've learned to listen to my spiritual intuition. On this particular afternoon, I felt God was definitely giving me a nudge.

As I strode into the forest, I suddenly came upon my neighbor, tired and resting under a tree. Frankly, I was surprised that I had stumbled on him. With all of the pine, oak, and brush, he would have been easy to miss. He had an illness that made walking a challenge, and it surprised me to see him so far from his home. I offered my assistance, but he waved me away, not his usual friendly self.

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