About No Return Policies
The point of no return. It means that it’s too far along in the journey to go back. It would make no logical sense. The trek home would take longer than the one to the destination. Every project or goal or even life has this fulcrum point.
I find this to be a compelling scenario, because despite it being the only real option, people abandon their course all the time. They go back, or probably more likely, just stay put. The road grows over and time and nature consume everything in sight.
Being stranded or caught out is a worry, but it can be avoided. Whatever the end game, it’s best not to be overly focused on it. Of course it’s there with you always, but the next step is more important than the last.
This is painfully self-evident, but like most things that are, it bears writing down. They did it with the Declaration of Independence—figure might as well do it here.
We’ve come this far. Might as well see it through. Little things and all that.
Cheers. See you a little farther down the road.