This morning faced with a moment of indecision I typed “what to do next’ into Google and came up with an article by William Raspberry from the Washington Post. The following lines reminded me that without striving there is little satisfaction. “It scares me that the parents of so many young children today don’t believe in the magic. It’s almost as if they are afraid to believe in it, afraid to dream of success because they’ve become convinced that only failure is real. They may fantasize, but they don’t strive. What’s the difference? Fantasy imagines success; striving asks: What do I do next?”. I like the sentiment and feel I have had my question satisfactorily answered. What a wonder a search engine can be.