To Resist, Or Not To Resist. 

In Captain America: Civil War one of the characters states, ‘Just because it’s the path of least resistance doesn’t mean it’s the wrong path.’ This got me thinking about rivers. 

Rivers flow over rocks and mountains, trees and landscapes. They flow where they can. They find that path of least resistance and go there. Or, they cut their way through. Rivers, over time can create great canyons. Barging through and cutting your way through all obstacles can create great divisions that can never be repaired. So, is fighting the flow a good thing, or a bad thing? In deep thoughts on Floating today. To resist, or not to resist, that is the question. 

3 thoughts on “To Resist, Or Not To Resist. 

  1. Hi there! I’m a small blogger just starting out but I was intrigued when I saw your comment on a post about thinking for names for your blogs. You mentioned you where in a wheelchair? My mum is in a wheelchair so it was cool too see that someone else was too. Sorry if I sound weird it’s only because I live in a small area where there aren’t many wheel chairs around. Again, sorry if I seem like some creepy weirdo commenting on your page😁 Anyways, your blogs are awesome!

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    1. Thank you!! I truly appreciate the support. Feel free to look around my blog. I have been doing this for over two years now. It’s been an adventure. I too live in a small town in Minnesota.


  2. I’m resisting all the time! In todays society, it’s not easy to ‘watch what you eat’ and not get a bunch of crap for it. Using oils instead of popping pills, to conscientiously look at labels, you get the idea..

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