NOT Taking the Easy Way Out.

This post is intentionally vague.
Today I accomplished a difficult task...
A task that I was not sure if I should do, yet deep down knew I had to do. 
A task that was (at least partially) humbling.
A task that not only affected myself, but affected someone else I know.
A task that I am not yet aware of (but slightly nervous about) the possible implications.
I hope I did the "right thing"...  I could have taken the easy road, and left things the way they were, but the way they were left was not the right way to leave things.
Well, actually - I know I did the "right thing" because the "right thing" is often the most difficult to accomplish. 
I just hope I am not the only one that thinks so...


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