For your inconvenience

It won’t be easy or effortless or straightforward.

All things worthwhile never are.

To obtain the truly worthwhile there’ll be much that has to be given up and some thing that have to be held on to – at all costs.  But which are which?.

It’s the classic storyline that has captivated us throughout history: the hero who “journeys to a far-off place, gains something valuable and returns.”*

I am here for your inconvenience.

To kind that helps to identify the path that is yours to make and to help you move along it.

(*Philip Pullman, from the introduction to Lionel Davidson’s Kolymsky Heights.)

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