"People take different roads seeking fulfillment & happiness. Just because they're not on your road doesn't mean they've gotten lost."
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
(1940-) American author
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Is this so hard to comprehend for the do-gooders, social justice warriors, and religionists?  What part of Liberty do they not understand?
 -- E Archer, NYC     
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     -- jim k, Austin      
    Objectively, there exists just one Right Way.
    Necessarily, there are as many
    paths along the Way as there are individuals who are traversing the Way.
     -- Patrick Henry, Red Hill     
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    Hmmm, on my road I've been lost a time or two. There is a "HUGE" difference between the inherently gifted liberty, rights and natural law of who we are AND, what we do with those gifts. Through a religious perspective, our Father has created many mansions with a road to each  it is up to us to choose which mansion and road.

     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    In many instances the roads we take are chosen for us, we just decide which road we are on is best for us, and if we are lucky it's the right road it's not a matter of our road being correct, or the right road. Some never experience the road of their dreams, but in their dreams the roads come alive... 
     -- Robert, Somewhere in the USA     
    I've done a lot of travelling in my life, combine that with truth-seeking, and one cannot escape the realization that the destination is the 'way' not the end.  Seek truth? Speak truthfully.  Seek happiness? Be happy.  Why do I journey? Where am I going?  To be lost is to not know why I journey or where I am headed.  From my stand point, it is the tune one carries with them, not the chorus waiting at the end of the rainbow.  For those that love the journey as much as the end, happiness is theirs. ;-)
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    A diverse populous will be of great assistance in the developmental process of reaching our limitations, and then surmounting and passing to next level of development.
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
    Being lost can result in a great adventure I have found...however, that was being lost on a road. One isn't really lost if they backtrack and head in the direction they wish to be on. Love this one.

     -- ABBY     
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