The Best Seat in the Universe: A Simple Guide to Navigate Life
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Most parents I suspect want to help their teenagers and young adults by giving them some worldly advice. The bus is a metaphor to allow them to take the reader on a journey through all stages of life from understanding who we are, finding our direction, making decisions and understanding that failure is a large part of success. Their quest is built upon the metaphor of a bus journey from birth till death and everything in between. I seem to be blessed with a vivid imagination and I'm able to create new stories out of the slightest inspiration.
This ebook is available for most digital devices, whether a Kindle, Kobo, iPad, Phone, Tablet, Computer and more.He heads to the west coast of Scotland and not only finds the old couple but is also brought face to face with the girl he gave up for his love of music. Great believer that the right book finds you at the right time … sometimes through a friend and sometimes through an ad! You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.
No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.I love everything about the Internet, and in my own small way was pleased to be part of the disrupters who helped to change the world with this digital revolution. I really struggled with this, as a self proclaimed ‘self help’ book I think it would be enjoyed if you wanted to just read one chapter on a certain subject.
Many people’s lives go around in continuous circles, and it’s hard for them not to feel worn out by the daily grind. They visit areas experiencing first hand areas about love, family, direction in life, fear, friends and many other situations. By crystallizing your purpose and direction, you'll soon be filled with the energy and clarity to make you ready to take on the challenge to a better life.
Well done Grahame for a thought provoking story that, via its content, is a book that 'keeps on giving'.
You experience an awakening, a moment of clarity that grabs you by the collar and gives you a good shake. However, this is a different angle from Grahame’s normal day to day but still relevant as many chapters of the book were written as the result of his business experiences. If you should by chance discover it, you’ll understand what being in charge of your life really means.Through his writing, Grahame aspires to leave a lasting impression on his readers, hoping that even a single nugget of wisdom can inspire them or enhance their lives in some positive way. The old man and his grandson travel through areas (each a lesson) on friendship, family guilt, spirituality, being creative and importantly balance, acceptance and understanding how important each of us is in this world. Grahame's poems range from making your first Pom-pom in junior school to understanding the struggle life has with death in the poem Old Friends.