The End of the Day guide is exactly what we need to get us through our final push of 2020. Looking forward to future sunsets.
If you would like a brief respite from the weight of the present…
This piece is not about what will happen tomorrow, or the next month, or even a year from today.
One day, many many years from now, you will be sitting on a porch, watching the sun set in the distance. It will be a perfect evening, and you will feel completely and utterly at peace.
In that moment, you will start to look back and reminisce about your life.
The End of the Day is a guided audio experience about the good moments in your life so far, and those that are yet to come. It is about reclaiming a good future, as a brave and hopeful act.
Tone: quiet, contemplative, hopeful
Runtime: ~10 minutes
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