Out of Reach! Within our Grasp!

In the UK during the month of August the GCSE and A level exam results are published. Many pupils would have got expected or unexpected grades to enable them to move forward in their educational planning. Others will have to retake their exams to get a higher grade.


When we are training and preparing for a specific result we may often feel that it is ‘Out of our Reach.’ At times we feel over whelmed, it’s not possible, we have had enough and want to quit.

However, that which seems ‘Out of our Reach’ is often ‘Within our Grasp’ as we knuckle down and apply extra effort to achieve that given goal. Those who have done well in their exams will be quick to thank their parents, friends and teachers who have helped them. When we have failed certain tests we may be quick to blame others for our failure and that we were not good enough to pass the exam in the first place!

Thinking – At this present time what do you think is definitely Out of your Reach?

Feeling – How would you summarize your feelings? One of confidence or one of failure?

Acting – Does your actions follow your directed thinking, or does your feelings dictate your actions?

During the summer many people plan to climb a hilltop or meander through wooded forests and beautiful valleys enjoying the warmer weather. At Fort William in Scotland there is Ben Nevis (Gaelic for ‘Mountain of Heaven’) which is the highest mountain in the British Isles at over 4000 feet. In looking up to the summit one can definitely think and feel that any actions to ascend the top would be impossible!

Ben Nevis

The main way to tackle Ben Nevis for the novice is via The Mountain Track also known as the Pony Trail or Tourist Path.

There will be a more difficult way to climb the mountain but that would be for the experienced or professional climber.

So depending on the route to the summit and the weather conditions on the day, the timing and experience of the climb will be different for each person. Overall the common experience will be: A climb that seemed ‘Out of Reach’ had been ‘Grasped’ and completed in their own particular way.

A high mountain top experience is indeed ‘Something Else.’ In Scotland there are many places that are ‘Something else’ such as the Cuillin Mountains on the Isle of Sky. http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/skye/cuillin.shtml

The West and East Highlands are truly wonderful and amazing to see and experience. We can learn many things when we are on top of the world but we also have to be able to navigate a descent successfully to the lowlands.

Alongside the mountains in Scotland are the many Coe’s, Valleys and Lochs. Glencoe in particular is breath-taking but it also has a dark history to it. http://www.nts.org.uk/Property/Glencoe-and-Dalness/


A journey in the valley may run deep and feel troublesome. We can think that we may never walk again upon that hillside or mountain top. We can feel trapped, demotivated and everything seems ‘Out of our Reach.’

In such times it’s important to recall that we often learn more through a ‘valley experience’ than those delights on a mountain. When we are in those high places we can forget our roots, foundations and core values and enter into situations that do not benefit us long term.

When we are in the valley we may realise afresh what is important to us. Who are friends are and what are the most important core values we hold on to. We can be reminded that most things in life at one time or another do seem to be ‘Out of our Reach,’ yet through more focused thinking, feeling and acting we may be able to have them ‘Within our Grasp.’

In the Old Testament there are 150 Psalms that reflect the ups and downs of life. Many of them are Psalms of Complaint against those we live with and even against the Lord Almighty.

Yet there are far more Psalms of Comfort that remind us that as we ascend and descend from mountain top experiences to the valley, there is a comfort and guidance we may find at the very point of our particular needs.

The most popular and often referred to Psalm is Psalm 23 which can take us for a season into that calm and settled Plateau that is truly wonderful and ‘Something else.’

So whatever is ‘Out of your Reach’ today, may you be able to ‘Grasp hold of it’ in your thinking, feeling and actions. May you be an achiever and overcomer alongside many of the pupils who have been informed this month of passing or failing their exams?


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Perfect Rust

In the UK there are two periods in a calendar year when you can purchase a new car with a registration plate to suit. When we invest in a brand new car we expect perfection and pay a premium price.

insignia car

When we purchase a second hand car we are not concerned as much about the registration plate. Our expectation levels are more realistic according to its age and the price we will pay for it.

A new car has had lots of treatment upon its metal components to guard against decay and rust. An older car will have a reasonable amount of wear and tear and numerous places where rust has revealed itself.

mini car

We have a certain expectation when we purchase various goods and experiences. However, as we will all agree, nothing is perfect and complete in a continuous sense. Naturally we become disappointed in what we have and hope for, so we look to replace them with other items of perfection or have them repaired or upgraded.

The concepts of Perfection and Rust are polar opposites and pull us in one direction or another.

I wonder how you react to the desire and expectation to have things, situations and even relationships perfect. We have to realise that we are not perfect ourselves, for we all are subject to decay and rust which affects our hopes and aspirations.

Rust represents a deterioration process that is visible and substantial. It is an iron (red) oxide that is the result of iron and oxygen reacting through a presence of water or air moisture.

Many people desire perfection to maintain a state of happiness. This compares to those who are content with pre used items. A rusty anchor harbours the ship in a heavy storm and keeps it steady when the waves are calm. Something that is shiny and new may not be fully tested to fulfil its intended purpose!


I have just read an article, ‘Is Good Enough the new Perfection? https://uk.linkedin.com/in/andrewhhall by Andrew Hall an Executive coach.

He refers to the family environment that offers encouragement for us to be ‘a wonderful and clever child.’ This is compared to times of formal education when we have to study to succeed and often ‘only perfection is good enough!’ He then contrasts the present years in work and business.

Yes it is important to seek perfection and to value its outcome. The surgeon has to perform a successful operation so that the patient experiences healing. However, in many life situations we work towards a conclusion that is a ‘progress not a perfection.’


It can be argued that we strive too much in what we do and expect. It is vital then to stop, review and take life at a steadier pace.

Andrew asked the question: what drives us in our pursuit of perfection? It is important to aim for the highest but equally we have to balance such aspirations and be reassured that our ‘good enough’ is realistic and acceptable

Take some time to think about your expectations and ideal perfection from others and yourself?

Are there any imbalances that require identification and adjustment?

How can we become more realistic and ‘good enough’ to maintain that healthy balance in life?

In modern conversations you find that many conclude a given outcome or transaction with the response: ‘Perfect.’ In reality perfection is often a passing illusion and something that happens only briefly. It can seem that life has more of a propensity for decay rather than a continued perfection.

So we face a dilemma! The pursuit of perfection and the reality of rust. (Imperfection) What we want to be looking for is a ‘perfect rust.’

People who have a strong faith look forward to a time when the imperfect is replaced with the perfect in God’s heavenly presence. Such a view helps to balance the ‘perfect and imperfect’ and lays a basis to work realistically with that ‘perfect rust.’

I often see an example of ‘perfect rust’ on a local American pickup truck which has a ‘rust finish’ and looks really different and cool.

There is a student accommodation block in central Manchester called New Medlock House that also has a ‘perfect rust finish’ and looks equally cool and different.

new medlock house

There is something special about a newly painted gate compared to an old gate that shows the marks of rust and aging.

black gate

However, there can be a comfort with an old gate that has served an important purpose for many years and aged appropriately. It has all the hallmarks of ‘perfect rust’ that is ‘good enough’ to perform the required task on a daily basis with peoples appropriate thanksgiving.

Rusty gate

So may you enjoy and work well with your ‘perfect rust.’


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Cut back

A family member who works in environmental management, told me about the sources of renewable energy that are available, compared to the limited resources of Gas, Coal and Oil.

There is Nuclear fission and fusion. Water through a dam produces hydroelectric power. The waves from the sea and river offers energy from a barrage, stream, and dynamic system.
There are various forms of Solar power that produce a source of heat, light and electricity.

On and offshore Wind Turbines as well as High altitude wind may be viewed as enhancing or blighting our sea and countryside. To a lesser degree there is Geothermal, Biomass and an Air Source from the ground that energises our domestic and work places.


As individuals we want to renew what we have used or lost. Often in life we find that our daily strength drains away and we feel fatigued and discouraged.

In booking a trip or holiday away we desire to experience a renewal from our everyday work and home environment. We seek a rest to help recharge our human resources.

One of my favourite places in the UK is Cornwall and when I was younger loved surfing the waves!

If you check out this article. http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2007/oct/11/surfing.top10
it offers the top ten surfing spots in the UK and recommends that the best time to visit is in the autumn not the summer so as to catch the perfect wave.

For a beginner Watergate Bay in Cornwall is recommended.
The intermediate surfer will head for Sennen Cove also in Cornwall
True experts can travel north to Turso in East Scotland or south to Freshwater Bay in Pembrokeshire which I have personally experienced.

Freshwater Bay

An artificial wave pool in North Wales would be an exciting place to visit also! http://www.surfsnowdonia.co.uk

In the popular Beach boy’s song ‘Everybody’s gone surfin’
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BaC95O37Os the surfers look forward to planning their route in their baggies. They wax down the surfboards and head straight for the waves, which in California, is best experienced in June!

The car is parked on the beach. We change into a wet suit if it’s cold or our swimwear if it’s hot. We check the conditions of the sea and get out the surf board. The beach patrol gives us the signal and then we get ready to go surfing.

We enter the sea and when it is deep enough we get on the surfboard and paddle to a place where the waves are strong.

We choose a big wave to mount and surf the best we can. The surf may last a brief moment or longer as we cruise along that powerful wave.

A surfer is always trying to maximise the length of the surf to enjoy it and entertain those watching. However, when they enter a flat section in the sea and the wave is backing off they will lose speed!

Action that makes a difference is required and that is a good ‘cut back.’ The surfer uses the wave to take them back to a more powerful part of it!

When the wave is high and they are placed under it, they look to surf the top of it rotating their bodies in a ‘cut back’ position. They stretch out the arms in a tee position to touch the top of the waves and gain that power to continue surfing.

In surfing the waves of life I wonder where your energy comes from.
What strategies do you have to try to regain any loss of energy?

When our strength fails it can cause us to feel down cast. It can affect our self-confidence, decision making, our relationships and personal health.

Often there is so much negative energy that surfaces around us that only serves to drain us.

How can we find that positive energy to renew and help us continue surfing the waves?
Functional manoeuvres can re-energise us. A dysfunctional energy and action takes the power from us and we feel fatigued again.

• In maintaining those physical energy levels that drive us, it’s important to enjoy regular exercise, keep a balanced diet and have sound sleep.

• To sustain our thinking we look for wisdom and teaching. Reading wholesome literature and listening to uplifting music can strengthen our understanding.

• In a holistic way we embrace spiritual reflection and contemplation. We can be ‘transformed by a renewal of our minds,’ (Romans 12 v 2) so not to lose heart. ‘Though our outer nature is wasting away, our inner nature is being renewed every day.’ (2 Corinthians 4 v 16)

So think of a formulae or manoeuvre such as the ‘cut back’ in surfing terms, which may help you to find the power to enjoy and entertain your surfing in life?


It is vital to practise and apply what is required.

Whilst working towards the plan it is also important to take time to stop and rest and then be fresh to start all over again.

So may you enjoy the ‘energy’, practise the ‘cut backs’ and experience that important renewal and restoration!


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Identity Badge

Would you like to pause your life and create a new Identity?

We all ask the questions at some point. Who am I? What are my goals and values in life towards people I live and work with?

It is important to have a healthy self image and feel good! However it is vital to be assured of our own Identity!
ID Badge and to be comfortable in it. We wear Identity Badge’s that reflect our personal name, role, responsibility and even our belief?

In the crime comedy film ‘Identity Theft’ (2013) a man with a unisex name Sandy takes centre place. He has his identity stolen by a lady who starts spending money on his credit card.Dawn IT Sandy is threatened with the loss of his job and the police cannot solve the issue immediately. He takes matters into his own hand and after a series of events the lady is caught and imprisoned for her crime.

The lady did not know her birth parents or her own name. Her value was affirmed in somebody else’s identity. Sandy forgave her, included her into his own family and went on to find out her real name and family background.

A few weeks ago it was reported that the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Rev Justin Welby, had a DNA test. It was confirmed that his natural father wasn’t his biological father. jUSTIN wELBY

In an interview he said: ‘I know that I find who I am in Jesus Christ, not in genetics, and my identity in him never changes. Although there are elements of sadness and tragedy, it’s a story of redemption and hope from a place of tumultuous difficulty and near despair in several lives.’

This month I received the latest Cambridge paper entitled ‘Who am I today? It refers to the ‘Modern crisis of Identity,’ (Glynn Harrison. March 2016) and issued by the Jubilee Centre which promotes relational values. http://www.jubilee-centre.org/category/cambridge-papers/ At this point I will be reflecting on such findings.

New York Times said that 2015 was the ‘year everyone obsessed over identity’ and looked elsewhere to find a new one.

• A girl declared to her parents that she was ‘black’ not ‘white’ and they took her to court to dispute it.

• A father of seven decided that he wanted to become a six year old girl.

• One women declared that she was ‘born in the wrong species.’

Today numerous people reject a ‘given’ and decide to chose their own ‘self-identification.’ They pursue a freedom and a meaning to life without any due concerns for others. The right to self identify is fast becoming one of the defining features of modern life.

Erik Erikson in Identity, Youth, and Crisis New York: W.W. Norton 1968 says that: Personal identity represents a critical stage in the process of psychological maturation, making a difference from that we consider as ‘me’ and those areas that we feel are ‘not me.

Many sociologists look to ‘social construction’ to determine a person’s identity. Irving Goffman believes that society is constantly changing and people have to develop multiple identities to accommodate their different roles.

A lot of people argue for a ‘narrative identity.’ It is thought that in sharing stories with each other we are able to understand and define our own role and place.

Story telling

Personal identity is the story we tell ourselves about ourselves, with a constantly changing plot-line that explains life and meaning. However in today’s world lots of people have an identity crisis!

Radical individualism does away with accepted constructs and replaces them with self-generated definitions, thereby people’s sense of coherence is challenged.

In the area of hyper connectivity we are constantly referring to our phones, iPads, PCs etc and respond accordingly. Many of us develop a virtual online identity which becomes a major part of our lives.
In the past certain structures that have held society together, have become more fluid and we constantly question what is real or unreal. To have a stable sense of identity is very important in the goal of personal wellbeing.

In having different names and identities we will also hold alternative worldviews that begin with or without a creator God. Gen 1 v 26 – 27 brings out that we are created in the image and likeness of God and that he values our life and activities.

The identities that we hold may be determined by the unconditional love of God or the formation of human values and self image. In reality we all live in the context of a bigger story known or unknown!

I wonder what you feel about modern individualism?

Does it deliver the freedom and authenticity it promises?

Are we enslaved in a continual process of self-reinvention?

So what Identity Badge are you wearing today? How does it make you feel and act?
badge will you be wearing throughout the coming week? Are we aware of the changes we make in our roles and responsibilities?

It is vital to be aware of the badges that are imposed upon us, which we may not like or appreciate? It is important not to let negative and life restricting words and actions take hold of us.

We are all named and valued in a human and divine sense. So may we be happy to wear our own special ‘Identity Badge’ with appropriate pride and fulfilment?


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Back Story

In my work and ministry I hear many people’s life stories. They speak about where they were born and their immediate families. It’s a fact that none of us choose where we are born and the families we are placed in!

They share many stories of hours spent growing up. The numerous midlife adjustments that have to be made for whatever reason. Then there is the dramatic period that leads up to a present time or the ending of a long and full life.


In the film industry a Back Story is one that leads up to a main story or plot that is used in a film or drama. It’s a history or a background that is created for fictional characters. It portrays a particular set of events which is then outworked in the drama to be shown or performed.

The idea of the Back Story is to add a depth of meaning to the overall story being offered. It will be used partially or completely as the main narrative opens up. It will also be revealed through various forms such as a flashback or dialogue. A narration or summary. Some recollections and exposition.

I wonder whether you are a film or TV buff. You may have a particular favourite one that you often view, or a number of sequels that excite you and even a prequel of that film or programme that encompasses an assumed Back Story. I recently went to see the film ‘Hail Caesar’ which was quite an interesting one to watch!

toy story

As we approach Easter the Christian recalls the full and real life story of Jesus Christ. His life in Heaven, his ministry on earth. His miraculous resurrection and a return to Heaven and a promise of a further return to earth in the course of time.

Personally I would love to see an epic film made of the life and ministry of the Apostle Paul and various sequels that depicted his impact throughout the Mediterranean and further afield.


Pauls’ real Back Story

He was born into a Jewish family which enabled him to enjoy a Roman citizenship in a strongly Greek culture.

He was promoted to be a High priest and to arrest Christians in the city of Damascus and personally witnessed the stoning of Stephen.

Middle Story

Paul’s life dramatically changed on that road to Damascus. He spent three years in relative isolation in Arabia and around ten years quietly practising his faith away from the early church leaders. Then for about 12 years he was very much instrumental in establishing and encouraging many of the new churches that emerged throughout Asia Minor and beyond.

Front Story

Paul was an amazing teacher full of insight seeking to apply the teachings of Christ in many difficult, ethical, political and social circumstances. He became a leader of the early church and because of it was persecuted, shipwrecked and placed in prison and house arrest in Caesarea and Rome. During such restrictions he wrote many of the New Testament letters to various churches.

I wonder if you were asked to compose your own life story how you would present your early, mid and present life?

Create life story

I recently found this BBC article which refers to Heather Lende a lady from Haines Alaska. Heather had a very important role in composing people’s Obituary’s for over twenty years and shares five tips for a happy life.

You might want to give thanks for a wonderful family and upbringing which enabled you to have a very happy and successful life!

You may want to dwell on the fact that you have had a very difficult start to life and everything seems to be troublesome and happiness is an allusion which only others enjoy!

You might want to highlight romance, drama, fortune and misfortune. However, what we write about ourselves is never the complete story, for it is up to others around us to add to our story for better or for worse.

In thinking of our own life journey it may reinforce any positives or negatives that drive us in our day to day thinking and acting.

It’s important to review and refresh how we think and where we are moving to. If needed we may want to reorder the script. We do not need to spend lots of time trying to rewrite it so as to impress others. We have to be real, not living in our own fictional and self-deluded world, so as to navigate all the highs and the lows that life brings to us all.

It’s important to appreciate all that we have and to make sure that our present and future stories may be the best they can be for our own well-being and the joy and delight of family and friends around us.

So enjoy your favourite film or TV programme, the original, sequel and prequel!

Remember afresh the real meaning of Easter, the back, front and continuing story of Christ.


Happy Easter

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Go with your Flow

In the next few months I’m involved in planning a trip to Albania with a group of men. We are looking to do some practical jobs in a local church and community setting. The work will be a challenge and we are not sure if we have the right skill sets to complete the tasks required from us!


However one thing is certain we will all look to enjoy the process and do the best we can, for where there are challenges there are also opportunities!

I wonder what plans you have for this coming year that excites and motivates you. Motivation and the lack of it is massive. It would be insightful in a future blog to develop it further and the impact it can have upon us.

When we are Motivated we will find ourselves involved in the process of Flow. Flow in psychological terms is another comprehensive area to consider which we will very briefly touch upon. When we feel ‘in the flow’ we will have a good level of self–motivation.

In the UK during the early 1990s Mr Motivator (Derrick Evans) made many appearances on the GMTV breakfast show as an exercise instructor. He inspired us all to increase our personal levels of fitness and go with ‘our own flow’ to happily do the exercises he suggested.

It is said that much of modern western aspirations, encourage us to chill out as much as possible as opposed to setting new goals and targets. We are under the illusion that doing less may bring us greater levels of fitness and satisfaction.

In reality we may have lots of spare time but a lack of money and opportunities that leaves us feeling unfulfilled! Conversely, we may have lots of money but little time to enjoy spending it and take up new interests and so feel equally unfulfilled!

Research reveals that many of our greatest achievements in life have been when we are working and not chilling! Work can be a pain because it takes us away from our leisure time. However there are occasions when going to work can feel quite therapeutic because we leave behind issues that are concerning us.

In looking back we may conclude that the best moments have been when we faced some of our greatest challenges. It was a time when we had an adequate skill set to cope and succeed in that moment!

Flow theory states three conditions that enable us to achieve a good state of Flow.

1) To take up an activity that has a clear goal and structure to it.

2) To get immediate feedback from such activity so as to adjust, where needed, the goals and action.

3) To have a healthy balance between our perceived Challenges and Skills.

For a moment may we consider Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s Flow Model

Flow model

The centre of the flow chart represents an average level of challenge and skill. The further we move from the centre then we will experience a greater intensity of state i.e. from Worry to Control.

In many situations we may find ourselves stretched but not overawed. In such activity we become so engaged and immersed that we feel, ‘in the flow,’ ‘swept away,’ and ‘in the zone!’

It’s interesting that our Motivation and Flow can be at its lowest when we have nothing planned as contrasted in the chart Arousal to Boredom.

Motivation and Flow can be at its highest when we rise up to a particular challenge! In bringing all our skills together we may ensure that we are successful in achieving our set goals.

So when our Skill Level is high but the challenge is low we can get bored!
When the Skill Level required is low but the challenge is high then we may feel anxious!

When the level of challenge and skill are matched, then we will be ‘in the flow, in the zone and swept away.’ Motivation is high and we feel very fulfilled and happy.

In Albania we hope to be filled with a good level of motivation. To flourish in the use of our gifts so that the local community may feel nourished. We hope that our efforts will be effective and we all work together ‘in the flow.’ To make a difference for the present and the future.

At this present time don’t be put off with matters that concern your perceived Challenge and Skill set! Look out for fresh opportunities and training that may come your way!

Try to bring a balance to them.

Get good feedback and quickly adjust your goals accordingly.

Allow yourselves to merge the Challenges and Skill sets together so that whatever you do, you may do it successfully, motivated and ‘in the zone.’


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Managing Expectations

Today is the shortest day of the year which gives us a reduced daylight. Many people leave home in the dark to go to work and arrive home in the dark. As we enter into another New Year we can look forward to the longest day in June that will provide us hopefully with lots of light and warmth!

Each experience we encounter has attached to it a particular expectation that might bring excitement or a sense of disappointment! The match kicks off! The pantomime commences! The operation date has been confirmed! The house is purchased and the new job starts!

It is important to be able to recognise and manage such expectations in every area of our lives. It is equally important to realise that we all place expectations on each other.

Many sports fans will visit various stadia during this holiday period. As they pay for the ticket they feel entitled to expect instant success from the individuals and team they support!

In reality constant and continued success is a rare occurrence. We have to be grateful for those fleeting moments of glory, whilst continuing to expect further triumphs in the future!


A different type of expectation involves a family wanting to build a new extension on their current home. Two builders offer quotes and recommendations for the work to be completed. The home owners then have to consider the quotes and make a decision as to which builder they want to use.

Both parties have to hear and envisage what the other wants. They have to make sure that when the extension has been completed there will be no disappointment from both sides.

During this seasonal time of Christmas and New Year there are lots of ‘great expectations’ placed upon us. Hospitality, giving of gifts, being the perfect family and individual, experiencing short and long days.

In the Christmas story we read about the humble shepherds and the eastern travellers.

Wise men

Each one had their own expectations about visiting the long expected baby Jesus. How could that seemingly insignificant baby, change and challenge the world right up to today?

That spirit of expectation on Christmas day is one that we continually look for. However, by the end of that special day we may have to manage some form of disappointment that comes our way!

A good way to maintain personal expectations is to have transparent communication with those we live and work with. Such communication involves a listening that is both active and passive. At the core of that listening process there has to be a mutual respect.

Any relationship that doesn’t have a willingness to listen and accept another view point will eventually break down.

Parents have lots of expectations of what their children might ‘become and do.’ All parents want the best for their child but part of a child’s development is to form their own mind and actions. They look to live independently and maintain a good relationship with their parents!

Parental ‘introjects’ are those expectations and aspirations that parents want specifically for their child. However, it is not good for the child if such introjects are imposed. Such an imposition will only serve to confuse the communication process and highlight how little active and mutual listening is taking place.

If we have high expectations for ourselves which do not materialise then it can cause us to feel deflated. What follows can undermine our self-confidence and eventually our self-worth. If we have a more relaxed and fluid approach to life events then they can strengthen our feelings of self-worth and confidence.

In thinking about this process of Managing Expectations think for a moment of a particular Life situation that may be concerning you at this present time?

What are the Expectations that others require from you?

What are the Expectations you want from that life situation?

At this point there will be a difference between the two expectations.

One may be Positive and Realistic. The other Negative or Unrealistic.

The balance between the two experiences may represent for us an area of Personal Growth and Development that we may reflect on. Then in the course of time we will gain from such insights in various ways.

So from an Expectant Graham
seeking to Manage his own
Successes and Disappointments.
May you have a Happy Christmas and a Manageable New Year 2016?

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