A friend with whom I have had something of a love-hate relationship for a long time feels that he is at a crossroads in his life.
The crossroads has at least ten different directions radiating from it. He has set these out in the table below and has asked me to discuss the options with him and perhaps even go so far as to advise him.
With his permission I am opening it up to you to respond as well. You can do this by any method you like: written letters, email, private Facebook message, comments on this blog etc.
To give you a very brief factual context, this person is a 66 year old man who lives alone by choice, but who has loved ones and friends in his life. His income is low, and he does not have big savings, but he is not in any debt. He is tolerably fit and in good health. GSOH. Whoops, better stop there…
To access the table please click on one of the links below (Word doc or PDF). The format is important but it won’t transfer to WordPress with the tabular lines.
WHAT TO DO WITH THE REST OF MY LIFE (WORD DOC.)
He can’t stay at this crossroads, he has to choose one road (or perhaps some roads could be ‘blended’) for, in the words of Aristotle: “we are what we repeatedly do”.