To go where no man has previously gone, in the literary context.

‘The beginning of all things start, in the impetus to describe your direction. Without letting it, change you. For the recalibration of ones will, being changed. Caused core drivers to have a holistic overhaul.’ Christopher David Naylor – posted on 12/3/16

“And some there be, which have no memorial; who are perished, as though they had never been, and are become as though they had never been born: and their children after them. But these were merciful men, who’s righteousness hath not been forgotten . . . their bodies, are buried in peace; but their name liveth forever more. The people will tell of their wisdom, and the congregation will shew forth their praise”
Ecclesiasticus XLIV – posted on the 13/3/16

“Hold fast to dreams for when dreams go, life is a barren field frozen with snow”- Langston Hughes

‘If you were to ask me, what one word I’d use to describe who I am currently. I’d say a pacifist, to say peace or justice. Is simply too passive. I/we don’t have a choice to die or live, but the question. We need to be asking ourselves, which I ask myself frequently. Is how am I really living?’ Christopher David Naylor 14/3/16, 18:04.

‘Within mental health scope, and where an employee is going for a job interview.  Or when a manager is not sure how to treat their employee who has mental health challenges. I can’t empathise enough, the benefits for disclosing tactfully your challenges far out way  not disclosing it. e.g. if not disclosing, you run the risk of something occurring down the track which may trigger internal or external stigma.  Or feelings of discrimination. Which in turn, unnecessarily isolates both parties from one another. It’s a deeply personal journey, individual to each person.’ Christopher David Naylor (significantly paraphrased from NZ Mental Health Foundation library resource)16/316, 13:54.

While the details in life are important, and should never be overlooked. It’s how we manage/govern our lives that really matter, and even more how we respond to chaos.  Weather this be the quagmire in ones own mind, or an external situation. E.g. an earthquake/floods etc… It’s really key how we respond, are we utterly internally still and at peace in our hearts.  Or are we unnecessarily troubled/discombobulated. 17/11/16
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  3. Penny Knapp

    Words well weitten. Chris you express yourself well. I like and could quote you in a few places as I have been there, so I think.
    Id like to interview you for a podcast Id like to do. Let me know. Thanks for some wonderful, insightful writings.

  4. Alister

    Reflecting on your quote from Langston Hughes, I recall one from CS Lewis: “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”

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      Chris Naylor

      Hi Alister,
      C.S.Lewis is one of my favourite authors, quote is appreciated. Also thanks for viewing one of my blogs.

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