Consider The World Around You . . .
and Step Out of the Race . . .
to Choose a Different Path.
Most Acts of Consideration Take Ten Seconds or Less to Initiate.

Ten Seconds To Consider Latest Posts

Las Vegas – When There Was No Time To Consider

When the shooting in Las Vegas started, taking Ten Seconds To Consider was not an option. 1st responders, Heros, Loved Ones, Performers, Security, Music Lovers of all races, genders, ages, and yes, political persuasions - all were robbed of any opportunity to deliberate; to plan; to act out of choice. They could simply react. Or paralyzed by fear and shock, do nothing. Or fall dead or injured. But yet, there were many individuals who, by Grace and election, possessed the wherewithal to move - to get to their feet and move in the direction of victims and away from possible safety...

The Inaugural Post – My (Bike) Path to Consideration

It was just the other day that I was biking down the bike lane as fast as I could go... In my path ahead, though, was some bulky item, seen as a silhouette before the rising morning sun. As I got closer – fast – I realized it was someone pushing a way loaded shopping cart in the bike lane.

What’s With That Shopping Cart?

Raise your hand if you’ve recently left your shopping cart in front of, or next to your car - or just anywhere, instead of returning it to the Cart Corral. Maybe none of us reading this has ever done this. Or maybe just once?

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