A journey started hides it’s own end. There are too many forks in the road. While walking toward some ending, we’re shoved in directions that take us the long way round. Sometimes that road is lined with obstacles, damaging things that mean us more harm than help. Arm yourself. Dismantle the obstacle and make it your weapon against the rest of the unplanned road. Remember where your path is, and walk toward it, even if that means diverging from the obstacle laden path. You weren’t meant to take that path anyways. Make your own, through thickest challenges, to find your original destination. If you get lost, if you get discouraged, remember why you started walking in the first place. If it was worth it when you started, it will be worth it now.