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Momentum vs. Moment. . .um . . .

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He who hesitates, waits. And waits some more. Maybe even forever more.

He who hesitates, waits. And waits some more.  Maybe even forever more.

For example, the man who first had the idea for the telephone sketched out his ideas, but he waited a few days before going to the patent office.  When he showed up, the patent officer said he was sorry.  Someone just came in earlier that day with similar sketches.  The man who came earlier was Alexander Graham Bell.  Nobody remembers the man who came too late.

It’s not just who is the smartest.  It’s who is smart and quick.  That’s why gunfighters in the old West lived by the phrase – “the quick and the dead.”

That’s why heroes of the faith, like Abraham, wasted no time in obeying what God told him to do. 

So Abraham rose early in the morning and saddled his donkey, and took two of his young men with him and Isaac his son. Genesis 22:3

Waste not, want not.  Avoid moment ... um.   And keep up the momentum.

 

 

 

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