We finally got everything done for Kansa to drive for Uber. We still have to watch a training video and then she just starts driving. I am proud that she is willing to step out so much past her comfort zone. Only 5 years a go she was too scared to go out of her house. But this is how Mankind survives, we adapt and overcome adversity. I am send her her out with menus for her riders. Every weekend I will cook up frozen dinners to send home with them.
As I have said before life is about change, how you deal with that change can define your future. This poster hung on the wall while I was in advanced training for my MOS. I think the point should hit home with most every one.
In case you can’t read it, it reads: “Remember, bullets don’t fly until you pull the trigger. It isn’t always the bullet that makes the change. The choice is yours!”
The FR-F2 308 Cal is not heard until the round has already done the job, but the guilt that comes with you decision to make that shot can stay with you for a lifetime. If we don’t make the choice to do what is right in spite of what others may tell you the decisions can haunt you, well into the next life. Kansa had to overcome her fears for the good of her family. Her family was not always supportive of her choice to go to work, but she proved them wrong in the end. Now my wife is able to take on any challenge because she overcame her first fears that were instilled into her by overly protective parents. As a result we have gotten off of public assistance and are marking our own way.
The orders for a Sniper are clearly to complete the operation but if the intel is bad and the shot can do more harm than good the final choice is always in the hands of the man behind the scope. Just something to think about.
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