Let us seek to live directionaly, rather than randomly. An uncharted life may find us dashed upon the rocks, our vessel smashed, leaving us marooned. To live an intentional life does not mean we need to know what the plan is at any given moment; rather, when we live with intention our choices become more clear, our decisions more informed. Let us set our moral compass not to judge others but instead to judge ourselves. Instead of asking ‘what would Jesus/Mohammed/Buddha do?’, let us ask ‘what would I do?’ The answers become clear when we’re grounded and aware. This is to live with intention, and for this we are thankful. Blessed Be, and Amen.