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I was cut adrift from a lifelong dream, the sure anchor that had carried me through long years of study.
I didn’t even want to try taking a risk; defeat was unacceptable, shameful, and had consequences that affected everyone around you.
For many dark nights over the course of many months, I tossed and turned, consumed with anxiety by the state of our financial situation.
I felt just about everything: anger, sadness, confusion, embarrassment. I remember saying it out loud: I just lost my job.
We kick them out of the nest, but just when we think they can fly on their own, they fly home!
Rest — it’s a concept western cultures seem to have forgotten.
Each of us wants to make our life count. But how does a person go about finding her destiny? It’s a bit like sailing.
Before you say “no” to a new opportunity, think about what if you said “yes”?
Your job and income do not define you, but how you view them sure can.