Question time 🙂
It’s true that everything is possible. It’s true that you can leave everything and go to Mongolia. It’s all true. But how many parents can really leave everything behind and head off to Mongolia with their child?
Can you? [added this one yesterday- it functions as a short sentence and a question 🙂 ]
And this is where “Following Ezra” comes in.
How would you tell your story?
Would you start before the diagnosis and take it from there, chronologically? Or would you choose to describe your journey differently?
Rupert Isaacson chose to tell the story chronologically- from the beginning onward. Nothing acts better to describe a journey.
But Tom Fields-Meyer chose to tell it differently.
You know how life has these moments that you don’t understand? Those times, and hardships, that seem to not have a meaning at all?
Well, isn’t it true that over the months and years, many moments get their meaning? When you finally understand why did it all happen?
Tom Fields-Meyer tells his story with the perspective of time. He weaves seemingly small moments into a big net of meaning.
Also, my opening paragraph opens with a question. But I don’t like that paragraph- waiting for future modules to learn how to fix it!..