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Tuesday; August 13

The further we get into the 21st Century, the more we lose sight of one of the greatest characters from Major League Baseball.Yogi Berra was a poor kid from St. Louis who made it to the bright lights of Yankee Stadium.Yogi was a pretty good ballplayer, but most of the world remembers Yogi for his wit and “wisdom”.Berra had some of the best one-liners ever recorded.Things like “You can observe a lot just by watching”, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it”, “I knew that record would stand until it was broken”, “Baseball is ninety percent mental.The other half is physical” and one of my favorites, “How can you think and hit at the same time?”. Honestly, I don’t know if Yogi said everything he is credited with saying, but I came across another Yogi-ism that was truly thought-provoking, “If you don’t know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else.”.While this final thought might make us scratch our heads, it can also get us to thinking.If we don’t have a plan for our li…