Tip of the Day: ‘The Opposite of Loneliness”

by Eubie on April 10, 2014

Recently, a young writer of some promise died far, far too soon (at the age of 22 from a car accident). Before leaving this world, she was unable to see published her first book, a collection of essays, some of which she wrote for the Yale Daily News. The book’s title comes from the lead-in essay, the aforementioned ‘The Opposite of Loneliness,” which offers a few tips on living. Here is the late Ms. Keegan’s advice:

1) Don’t be afraid to recalibrate your goals

2) You’re not the only person who thinks they’re unworthy; just keep it in perspective

3) You don’t have to pursue goals you despise

4) Value life–all life

5) It’s never too late (even if you’re not in your 20s)

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