Dearest Readers and Supporters,
Finishing and publishing has finally (phew...) brought closure to a very ugly chapter in my life. Closure was something I had been seeking for a long time.
The question I ask myself, is more of a philosophical question. I feel as though I have become more a traveller in life than a seeker.
This conclusion is drawn from assessing my achievements, over the past twelve years. Achieving the supposed impossible.... and I have lost the incentive to prove my worth or self to anybody anymore. Like many other impossible human feats it will go unnoticed.
Whilst I will always love reading and studying, I am no longer driven with the focus and intention, that everything I was researching, was because my life depended on it.
I am more than happy with the health I maintain.
Bringing closure and understanding about the multi-billion dollar cancer industry.
My research has brought me peace at last. Although I will never experience a holiday, with the sense and meaning, I perceived many years ago. I don’t intend to let my guard down, and will trust no one with my health ever again.
As a traveller in life where will it take me? Who knows…?
I will continue being a student of life and meanings and to enjoy the many wondrous amazing beauties in nature.
For a few months each year, I come out of my recluse mode -
although it is still my preferred way of life.
I love to write in the hope it will bring inspiration to others.
I want the simple life, and maybe publish a book every so often. What more could I ask for?
If being successful means having contentment & happiness, then that is what I am.
Sending Peace, Love and Joy to everyone this week.