I have been thinking a lot about success and failure these days. I’ve been caught up quite a lot in comparing myself to others who are more successful, according to our American standards: folks who have high-paying jobs, folks who own houses, folks who are able to travel wherever and whenever they want, folks who have money and access and what I assume is a kind of ease. Do you do this to yourself, too?
Here’s what came of this rumination at this week’s Meridian Writers group on Wednesday morning:
She has failed to grow up and become a successful business person. Continue reading