…ded that others read, had new consequences that were amplified by social media and global politics. Suddenly reading was not just an act of personal enjoyment or edification. We learned, as a society, that reading, or not reading, has real life consequences.
Adversity is the greatest teacher we have in life! Losing, in so many ways, is winning. We have to absorb the shock, make sense of it, derive value from it, then turn our attention to what’s happening now. It’s one thing to learn from our experiences. It’s a totally different story when we let what’s negative dominate our conscious and subconscious minds — haunting us. Controlling us. Limiting our future.