What a really brave story by Steven, I just wanted to share his analogy of life being a book. Really brilliant writing.

Time of your life

Now and again, like right now, I feel I am running on the spot. I watch all those around me reach the milestones and achieve all that I was expecting for myself. I don’t seem to be going anywhere.

I was 25, six years ago now, when I had my accident. I had a good house, a good job and I was happy. My life was just as I wanted it, on the path I had planned. That path took a drastic change in direction and the plan I had was over.

By now I would have been promoted at work, met a partner, been married, moved house and started a family, along with much more. I believe.

These major events would have been my bookmarks.

Life is a story, our own personal book and we place these bookmarks along the way. They are there to recognise the turning points…

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