While perhaps not a predictable wellbeing citation with its emphasis on having life purpose, the following quote from an Austrian born, American author, scientist and activist encapsulates deeply reflective life contemplations:

‘This is the true joy in life – working for a mighty purpose; being thoroughly worn out before you are thrown on the scrapheap; being a force of nature instead of a feverish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy.’
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*This month’s grammar notes are dedicated to the memory of ‘Ruthless Editor’ Kathy Watson. Kathy’s book: ‘Grammar for people who hate rules’ is a helpful reference source. Link to book: https://amzn.to/2AaV5bE

The following correct words are referenced in Kathy’s book on pages 141/142:

Which is correct?

  1. Facebook has some concerning content / Facebook has some disconcerting content
  2. My boss is taking Jim and I to lunch / My boss is taking Jim and me to lunch
  3. I wish I was on the Florida beach / I wish I were on the Florida beach
  4. Facebook has some disconcerting content. (Disconcerting–troubling, disturbing, unsettling)
  5. My boss is taking Jim and me to lunch
  6. I wish I were on a Florida beach

Warmest & best wishes