It's good to no longer need a book

At the height (depths?) of the crash I bought this book. My forever friend Gil thought it might inspire me through our own financial collapse.

We’ve come so far I no longer need this book. I’m now rabidly on the hunt for stories of creative fulfillment. Stories of reversal have given way to stories of lifelong commitment.

Now I’m forwarding this to the next person who needs it. 

Some day soon a Goodwill browser will come across this on the bookshelves . . . and it will become a companion to someone in need of its message: That defeat is only temporary if you refuse to accept it.

For you 

Evan Griffith
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Elizabeth Gilbert: Enter into a contract with your idea
The life in them