The Narrow Path is where we meet our self, our shadow, our person, and no one else.
The Broad Path is relating to our life by social comment, cultural awareness, what the family thinks, the city, the state, the nation—but it always involves others—many others usually.
The Narrow Path is what I think, what I do, how I prepare—no one else is involved.
When the Narrow Gate is strange to us we are those who do not know who we are and we must find out. If we refuse to find out… we will probably chose the Broad Path. If we are strangers to ourselves we will look for other strangers on the Broad Way.
(Based on Matthew 7, Luke 13)
“Strive to enter through the narrow door. For many, I tell you, will seek to enter and will not be able.” Jesus