Everyday, we stand at the gateway of new possibilities. Of course, we must continue to perform the tasks which sustain us, our families and the activities which will lead to the achievement of our goals, but do we take advantage of the "new" quality of each day? Do you awake to stand at the threshold of your bedroom or front door and step across with the perspective that today will be a day full of threshold moments, a day full of results and progress?
Etymology: Middle English thresshold, from Old English threscwald; akin to Old Norse threskjoldr threshold, Old English threscan to thresh
1 : the plank, stone, or piece of timber that lies under a door : SILL2 a : GATE, DOOR b (1) : END, BOUNDARY; specifically : the end of a runway (2) : the place or point of entering or beginning : OUTSET