6 thoughts on “An Erol Ozan quote

    1. Thanks. Yes it is, but it’s not altogether bad. I tend to ‘get lost’ and it’s always positive.

      It depends on whether our cup is half empty or half full and how long we’re lost for.

  1. Well, I feel like I have been lost for most of my life and only recently finding any sense of direction. It has been at great personal cost, which I’m question now whether it was worth the sacrifice in the long run.

    I would just like to have some idea of what reason there is for me even being here.

    1. Thanks Randy. I believe things happen for a reason. The life you’ve had with your family is the life that you earmarked for yourself before you were born.

      I’ve questioned my own life also, wondering why I would have chosen to put myself through what I went through, but we do.

      It doesn’t matter how long it takes for us to find a ‘sense of direction’ as long as we do. I’m pleased that has now happened for you. Keep up the good fight.

  2. Getting lost is the way I got to know myself. Of course, all experiences in life are interconnected thereby related to one another.

    It makes getting lost worth while.

    1. Thanks Tim. Yes, you’re right. I would go one step further and say getting lost is the only way to get to know yourself.

      Coming face to face with ourselves and with our thoughts is important if we are to get to know ourselves.

      Our experiences are interconnected and related, but unless you understand how or why they are, it’s easy to think and see them as being separate.

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