An observation about finding in life that which you go looking for
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Setting Boundaries Now Will Make Your Life Happier and Healthier in Years to Come.
The secret my father had been shielding me from for years finally, violently and explosively came out just as I turned 14 years old…”
Choose to be Happy.
“In the same way, whenever I find clouds blocking the stars out of my night sky, I know that beyond the clouds the billions of stars are still there. Eventually the clouds will move on and the stars will return to my night sky once more. There’s a comfort I’ve found in knowing that there is actually a wider context to our world than simply what we can see directly in front of us. Something beyond the veil.
The metaphor is apt, the story of Christmas of course…”
The Heroic Thing To Do.
“To those people I say, to try and cope in the face of a storm is a heroic thing to do. Trying to cope means ‘I am not giving up, no matter how hard it gets’…”
The Best Version of You.
“You’re going to make it through, there’s no question about that. But when you do make it through to the other side, you want to make it through with all your friendships and relationships in tact. You want to make it through still being with your partner and able to laugh with your mates. That’s why the way you behave now is really important; because the people you love deserve the best version of you”
We’re all on a journey of some kind, and I miss you.
I miss the person I was at the start of this year; passionate about my work, joyful and optimistic. I’m on a journey to try and find him again…
The only thing you have left is you. You and the way the events changed you, the impact they left on you…
A Picture Paints A Thousand Words.
That will be the only full reference to the cliche saying, I promise. During lockdown I bought myself an entry level DSLR camera to fend off the idleness of being stuck at home unable even to do the most basic things to pass the time as I recovered from dislocating my left shoulder earlier thisContinue reading “A Picture Paints A Thousand Words.”