?Living Well? ?quenches thirst in life?s voyage We are not an island unto ourselves. We live with people around us. Life is all about relationship. It is a balance between what we are and what we can be. A balance between what we want and what we need. We have all gone through low and high points in life. At the high points people around us share our happiness. At the low points we are alone, miserable and discouraged. For many years while I was in the Singapore Public Service, I sent out messages to my people. The messages served to rally people to a common cause, encourage and spur them on to achieve greater things. I have been blessed with encouraging feedback and testimonials@ and requests for these messages to be compiled into a book. I put them altogether in ?Living Well?. It is not about living it UP. It draws on the well of experience I have been through. A well we can draw from when are ?thirsty?. It offers encouragement for those seeking relief and respite from the toils in the voyage through life. It offers hope to those feeling hopeless.
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