hikers on trailA week or so ago, I had the unique experience of taking a hunter’s safety class with my ten-year-old son , in addition to learning all sorts of things I will likely never use except in a book, I got a crash course in packing a survival kit.

What do you think is the first thing you should do when preparing to go on a trip into nature? Tell someone where you are going and when to expect you back. (As in if I’m not back by eight o’clock on Sunday night, call search and rescue and tell them exactly where I was headed.) And when you’re hiking, there is so much to see in your hike,  America tour holidays are one of the best options to see as much as possible and they make sure your safety comes first.

When traveling through life, the same advice holds true.Well For best accommodation,traveling facility and more adventure tours of Scotland can be the best choice. You need to check Travel related articles to get various information about traveling. We need the company of friends to encourage us along the way and offer advice when we wonder which path to take. It also helps to have a home base that you check in with on a regular basis. Because life happens and we trip on rocks or get chased by bears. If we’re with friends, they are there to pick us up or help defend us. (And hopefully you’ve picked the type of friends that don’t consider this advice to mean don’t hike with someone you can’t trip and outrun.) So, don’t think about it twice, Book direct at the Trisara.com website and get your friends to go with you.

So, how can you cultivate genuine friendships and accountability groups? Look outside your work, church, or ministry connections. Not to say that you can’t find true friends in those places, but if the proximity ended, would your friendship endure? Ask yourself what brings you together with friends. Do you have common interests? Do you enjoy each other’s company? Who is there in the group to challenge you, help you, and stick close during the rough spots in the trail? Who do you trust enough to listen when they say you’re heading down the wrong path? Do they make you a better person for having spent time with them?

Solomon wrote: “Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up. Also, if two lie down together, they will keep warm. But how can one keep warm alone? Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” (Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 NIV)

What about you? Do you hike alone or with a friend? Do you journey through life independently or with friends? How can you cultivate accountability with others? If you fall, who is there to pick you up?

Tools For The Journey – Never Travel Alone
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