Usually when we meet somebody we try to find out as much as possible about them. What they do, what they like, if they have family, where they work, what hobbies they have and much more. We put a lot of effort into this. People tell us what they want and we hear what we want to hear. On the other hand it is surprising how little effort we put into getting to know ourselves.
I always liked walking on the edge. It gave me a lot of emotions and tension which I cannot compare to anything else. It's not about extreme sports as I am afraid of them, but creating complex situations which can do a lot of harm, more so than bungee jumping.
This year has been full of surprising, complex situations: the restructuring of my company, the problems of a growing daughter together with my increasingly demanding son, legal entangelments, the death of my best friend who I had known for twenty years. And there are still two months to the end of the year so who knows what might happen?