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Peter Dorrell

Peter Dorrell

How does one sift the wheat from the chaff? I started by reading some of my old diaries and poems - and I did a lot of painful soul-searching. I can't say I've had a bad life; it could have been better, but then that is true for us all. I'm sure we could all benefit from an analyst, a life-style coach and a personal trainer. However, my intention was not to complain about my life, but to examine it with a view to gathering some understanding. For, like Horace Walpole, I do not understand anything until I have written it down. At various times in my life I have tried to improve myself by reading such subjects as philosophy, psychology, sociology and science. I am by no means an expert on any of these subjects, I just have an enquiring mind. This is essentially a coming of age saga, with a lot of bad poetry, some regret and I hope, a modicum growth.

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