Contributed by Bruce Ball on Apr 8, 2015
Using the analogy of a bridge crossing a chasm, we discuss that even though there seems to be many bridges available, only one really leads to the other side and we must be careful when deciding which bridge.
When you are planning a trip, how good are you at determining which way to get there? Do you just take a guess at which roads to take, or do you actually get a map out and plan your trip?
Of course, smart money is always on the one who plans the trip, but I think we would be shocked to find out