The Steps You’ve Taken and the Miles You’ve Walked


“I recently learned that in an average lifetime a person walks about sixty-five thousand miles. That’s two and a half times around the world. I wonder where your steps will take you. I wonder how you’ll use the rest of the miles you’re given.” Life’s Journeys According to Mr. Rogers


What about you—what about the steps you’ve taken and the miles you’ve walked so far? What are the happy moments? The exciting ones? The ones you’d like a ‘do over’ for?

Are there steps you’d prefer taking instead of the ones you feel you have to take? Are there miles you’d like to travel, but they’re in a different direction than you’re currently going?

Are there some miles and some steps you enjoy remembering and daydreaming about? What plans do you have for the upcoming miles you’ll travel?

Your homework today is to note which memories stand out in your mind. Think about ways you can bring more of these into your life. Also, consider that these moments may be indicating a direction to investigate. Perhaps it’s pointing the way to your true dreams!

Have fun with this exercise!

You can do it!

I’m so proud of you!

Your Friend and Pep Pal,



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