Getting a handle on that which does not serve us is one of the greatest personal growth challenges that many of us will face in life. Achieving control over such matters often pushes us to take steps we never thought ourselves capable of, a journey that often includes both victories and setbacks on our way to attaining proficiency. One man’s search for that goal is the subject of one of this year’s most anticipated releases, director Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master.”
If you knew for certain that the world was going to end in three weeks, how would you spend your time? Wrapping up the loose ends of your life? Making amends with those you’ve wronged (and who have wronged you)? Those are all questions raised in the thought-provoking new comedy, “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World.”
Ever had one of those things happen to you which at first seemed like a curse or a tragedy, but then after a while seemed to be a blessing in disguise? You know…after some time because of the growth that we went through or the odd opportunity that presented itself because of the initial experience things turned out all right? I want to share with you an event that happened to me that really changed my life for the better, although at first it seemed quite scary and put me in a spin for almost a year.