For when you find yourself looking at your own life – or when you should. Curate your own life so you can better understand it – and what to do next.
Take control of your own story. If you don’t, someone else will. The short pieces in Deliberate Fragments might well help you tell it.
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A soundtrack to the horrible jostling for attention that’s all too common.
You’re not alone if you find it hard to find what’s true in the world. But there is a way forward if you look in the right direction.
Coming to terms with the death of someone close to you.
Realizing what you have to do to create a better, positive future – for yourself and everyone else. Fundamentally, it’s simple – be honest about love.
If you can make the decision to trust others that makes life hugely richer. And you can make that decision realistic by verifying that your trust is well placed. Verifying isn’t a defeat and in any way negative – it is simply recognizing that all humans can fail to meet expectations sometimes.
You don’t have to always be in company. You can enjoy and appreciate being alone if that’s how you want to be.
Standing back and understanding that that we can all make the world a little better if we want to – giving ourselves purpose makes our own lives better.
A short story about misplaced assumptions. It can be hard to look at yourself honestly, but it is always worth the effort.
There’s colour everywhere, if you look. Noticing what’s around you is simple to do, and makes every day better.