The Best Seat in the Universe: A Simple Guide to Navigate Life

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The Best Seat in the Universe: A Simple Guide to Navigate Life

The Best Seat in the Universe: A Simple Guide to Navigate Life

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The technical storage or access is strictly necessary for the legitimate purpose of enabling the use of a specific service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user, or for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network. 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. Born and raised in Scotland in the sixties, I'm currently residing in the small picturesque town of Gourock situated on the banks of River Clyde. 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. Item despatched quickly and as described, but damaged in transit due to plastic wrap packaging being inadequate protection.

Grahame hopes that though his writing, that something, just one nugget will inspire some readers or help them improve their lives in some way. 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. This book helps you to look at death in a different way, as something good rather than bad that happens.

The Best Seat in the Universe is most unusual as it is a self-development book but with a difference. Poignant moments abound with heartbreakers such as Empty Beds - where young soldiers never make it back from war leaving bereaved families with unused rooms with empty beds.

If we did so, our lives could be so enriched and inadvertently helped so many other people along our way.

This small book is filled with stories, some humours, some strange and also a collection of poems about many subjects including love, the moon, the earth and death. You may be following the story, the characters and the strange place they find themselves in, but at every point you are thinking about or comparing with yourself. I actually really liked it but self help books in general are just not my bag so I found it cringe and boring is aspects.

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