I recently heard someone say, “dig a well before you’re thirsty”. That makes sense!  Life could be better if we all did what made sense? It’s not like we don’t know that we’re going to be thirsty day in and day out. We cannot live without water. Knowing we need to do something is one thing; doing that something is another. Far too often we put off doing what we know we should do when we know we should do it.

My son-in-law happens to be a well-digger.  To a small degree, I know a little about well-digging. I know is that it isn’t easy work.  Well digging is back-breaking, dirty work and sometimes it requires extreme determination.  I know the point of digging a well is finding water. Sometimes that’s much easier said than done. Well diggers encounter all kinds of problems in their quest to find water. The most important thing I know about digging a well is that I don’t know how to do it. So if I want to dig a well before I’m thirsty the smart thing to do is to find a good well digger.

Well digging logic applies to so many areas of our life.  It applies particularly to savings, insurance and retirement. If like you know that before long you and your family is going to be suffering with financially thirst, don’t wait any longer! Take time today to find a good well digger.

 

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