“Life is a race. If you don’t run fast, you will be like a broken unda (egg).”
We are all running in a race called Life.
On this track, survival is everything. Kill or be killed. Cheat or be cheated.
We all run frantically towards the finish line, degrading our very beings to the extent that we’re nothing more than shrieking and screaming rodents who don’t know a thing about etiquette nor morality. Then when we get trampled on, we screech bloody murder.
Running on the racetrack of Life is hard.
However, the question that will be presented to us when we get to the finish line is not “How fast did you run?”
God gives the crowns only to those who “have kept the faith”.
Instead, we’d surely be asked…
How well did you run?
“I have fought the good fight. I have completed the race. I have kept the faith.”
— 2 Timothy 4:7 GW