I've always wanted to write a memoir or an autobigraphy. I'm not sure which one this will turn into. Everyone I've met that has heard parts of my story have always said that I should write a book on my life.
I'm an analytical person. In part, this is due to Murphy being my best friend. You probably know him or have heard of him. I'm referencing the old adage, "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong" that is named after Edward Murphy (Murphy's Law). You can ask my closest friends. The reason I am still here, writing to you, is because in my situation, it will go wrong, but I always comes out okay. I would say it is a hate-love relationship, but I have learned to accept it and plan around it. This is why I am an analytical person, I have a Plan A, Plan B for backup and sometimes, even a Plan C. With that said, the title of my book, Sonder, has a direct correlation to to my friendship with Murphy.
Sonder (n). the realization that each passerby has a life as vivid and complex as your own.
Never give up. This reflection, remembering that everyone has their own story and that it is just as vivid and complex as mine, is what keeps my afloat day to day.