Love and other noxious needs.

This amusing title caught my eye in the state library, it’s by Sandra Louise Clough, an Australia psychotherapist/family counselor.

On finding meaning.

All the world’s a stage
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exists and their entrances;
And one man in his time plays many parts.

What role do we want to have, in the play that is our life? What do we want to do with the story that we’ve been dealt?
What is important? Is it meaningful relationships? Creative expression? Social justice? Service to others? the environment? new experiences? Learning? I feel like i should add something about god in here :p
What do i think needs to happen in this world for it to be a better place?
Does my current job/activities reflect my answer to that question? Would i feel happier, more true to myself if i were doing something other than my current job?

If you could do anything you wanted, no restrictions, what would it be?It is worth the effort to see your dreams through.

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About cornstalk
Corn. Singer. Nurse. Lover of music. Pursuing God (trying...). Secluded. Pianist. Wannabe gypsy. Silly.

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