I’ve always felt I missed a manual to life.
That maybe I was sick that day they handed it out (or skipped school for some other naughty reason…no, I’m just kidding, I was the most boring kid you could imagine, well…up until I was 17…;).
Anyway, I’ve never had any clue what this life was all about and how I was supposed to behave.
And I thought that everybody else did.
Now that I’m older and have figured some things out for myself (I did pretty well actually, considering…), I’ve realised that nobody has any freakin’ clue on what’s going on.
So during a solo hike in Normandy (that ended up with me crawling off the campsite after day 3 and hitchhiking back to my car because of shoes that were too small) I decided that I wanted to write that manual to life.
Luckily my senses hit me just in time because who am I to write such a thing, right?
But…I could investigate how other people experience life.
How they experience being them.
Et voila…the idea was born! I was going to ask all sorts of people: “How is it to be you?”