What a wonderful, inspiring, well written book. I’m sad, that it ended; I could have read on forever. 🙂
Right at the first page I was already yelling: “Yes, yes, yes, that’s me. Please tell me what to do!” and it did.
It helped me to unterstand, that I don’t have to live an ‘ordinary’ life to survive. That it’s much more my kind of life, to change it once in a while, make a big difference, having a purpose in life. It made me feel strong and confident, confident enough to bring my crazy ideas – like my big biketour – to life.
My favorite quote (and there are a lot more in this precious book) is
“The great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.”
On this page sticks a post-it with just one word written in big letters: “YEAH!” 🙂 It feels like I was sleepwalking for some time and now finally woke up again. There is one quote that circulates in my head since I read it: “Creating your own life isn’t quite like winning the lottery. It’s better!” Yes, and I will do this from now on.