Life’s lessons learned via unusual circumstances. What might a person learn from everyday occurrences? What are our goals? Where are we now? Within the pages of It’s Okay to Miss the Bed on the First Jump, O’Hurley recollects instances and insights gained from daily interactions. The interpretations range in complexity. Moments from the laughable to touching are deciphered throughout the publication.
O’Hurley examines common life “struggles” from attachment to detachment, from self assurance to doubt, and from consistency to change. Preparation meeting opportunity sparks the initiative to begin the process of change. All too often “we agree with the status quo rather than expand the energy it takes to evoke change.” Change is difficult for many of us. It is the “leap of faith” that can and does propel personal and professional progress.
O’Hurley’s premise throughout is introspection. A resonating and poignant question he asks: “At what point do our imaginations stop entertaining us and actually instruct us?”
The answer lies within…