The Sierpe River flows from the mountains of central Costa Rica into the Pacific Ocean. But it is far from a “straight shot.”
“Sierpe” comes from “serpiente,” Spanish for “snake.” The river is true to its name, it’s voluptuous coils most visible from the air.
Life is like this. The distance between two points is rarely a straight line, getting from here to there often involves wandering in the wilderness for a time.
But #go we must, wherever divine love leads us.