This week, I saw a lady walking proudly with her dog in a pram.

The dog looked very regal, sitting up straight as he observed the world from his carriage, but it was a strange sight.

There didn’t seem to be anything wrong with him.

He had four legs, he just wasn’t using them.

I wonder if he went back to his little doggy friends and talked about the walk he went on, that wasn’t really a walk at all.

It seemed like such a waste.

We can be like that dog.

Expecting to make progress in life, without utilising the skills that we have.

Expecting a great career, without doing the work over a long period of time.

Expecting others to appreciate us, without investing in our relationships.

You’ve got legs.