I feel like this statement has a wide general application in life. It applies to every path, every goal, and every challenge. Just think about it for a second. Every time we set out to accomplish something, we set out with full steam and limitless energy at first. Then, about half to three quarters of the way to our goal, we hit that proverbial wall. Our resolve waivers. Our energy supply decreases. We feel sure, at the moment, that there is no way we can finish. We wonder why we started in the first place. Interestingly, the perceived obstacle at the moment isn’t even that significant at the time. Often, it is just a slight twist on what we were already dealing with, a slight change in variables. And yet, it can be enough to stop some people in their tracks. I have a theory here.. I think this happens because we all need a break sometimes. We need to let the steam out of whatever pressure cooker that we have created for ourselves at the moment. In and of itself, this break can be healthy and allow us time to regather the strength to head back toward completion of our goal. We need to give ourselves permission to take these brakes.. The trick is to not take too long and get back on track once the break is over. I guarantee you, finishing what we started will be worth it.