Yesterday in the UK was Remembrance Day when most of the nation pauses in silence for two minutes at 11.00am to remember all the British servicemen and servicewomen that have died or been injured in armed conflicts both domestically and around the world.
In the big scheme of life we are all on this planet for such a short period of time. Take two minutes to yourself to ask yourself who you really are and what you want to achieve in your lifetime.
Forget the narrow viewpoint of catching the bus or train at a certain time hoping to get a seat, open yourself up to the big picture. Ask yourself what you want to be doing in five or ten years time? What would you want to have achieved between now and then? How can you make it happen right now or at least begin the process of changing? Ask questions of yourself to find out who you really are and what you want to achieve in your life time.
Have a great week, you will if you want to.
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