If you’re not sure, get directions.
Sometimes life can rob you of any clarity.
Beliefs can turn out flawed. People can prove flawed too.
It could be your history has come to haunt you. It’s weighing you down, fogging-up your thoughts, dogging your actions.
Perhaps you’ve lost your way, your sense of purpose. Perhaps you’ve lost someone you loved.
It could be you’re under too much stress. You’d easily scream at anyone who tells you to relax.
Maybe you just can’t think straight anymore – but you can’t put your finger on why not.
Or maybe for reasons you can’t explain you find yourself feeling down. But the way up seems impossibly steep.
There are any number of reasons for any of us to sometimes need a bit of help to move forward.
‘Getting Directions’ is about finding the best path to follow. It is written for everyone.
Getting Directions: Essence / Purpose
Getting Directions includes some surprises, some tears, some smiles and lots, lots more. It is about pretty well anything that makes up a life – my life, your life.
Along the way, Getting Directions is about health. Physical and also mental health. The well-being of the brain. The health of everyone’s mind is as vital as the health of any other part of them. We should all be aware of that. It’s nothing to shy away from.
It is also a story about what we all have in common. However anyone’s personality is formed and whatever the influences there are on it. However a mind is damaged, altered or developed. At root we have a lot in common with each other. Whether we recognize it or not, we are all alike. We’re all people living our lives in the same world.
And Getting Directions is about caring. Caring for others. Caring for friends and family, for lovers and strangers. Caring for the people who are around us all. And caring for ourselves. It’s about carers, caring, and being cared-for. Care changes the lives of all of us, one way or another.
Yes, Getting Directions is wide-ranging. That’s fine. That’s how lives are. Within it all, I hope you’ll find things that help make your life and the lives of those around you a little bit better.