I read something recently stating that our pre-frontal cortex, the part of the brain that most affects reasoning and decision making, is not fully formed and developed until a person turns 30. This shocks me – a little. We can conceive and birth children, serve in the military, drink alcohol, rent a car and even operate on someone (if you have a medical degree) before that age. And yet, when I look at my own life, I know deep down that it’s true.
I’ve now passed the 15th anniversary of my 30th birthday and whether or not my decisions are wise, is frankly, a crap shoot.
I do my best. I pray. Seek God’s will. Ask for good counsel. But wisdom is still an elusive mistress. My friend and fellow writer Meg Weyerbacher graciously loaned me some space on her blog recently to explore this topic further. I would love it if you would join me now over in her neck of the woods to read more about how God used a bicycle to turn my attention to making wise decisions. And don’t forget to show Meg some comment love for being sweet enough to host me!
Click here…Life Lessons from a Bicycle
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