Os Guinness, in his new book, defines a signal of transcendence as a life-event or experience that transcends you beyond the normal, material world revealing something deeper which causes you to stop and think on the big questions of life and death, meaning and purpose, or the prospect that there is something more — a reality beyond physical matter.
I’m not going to sugar-coat the situation. I am diagnosed with anxiety and depression. Although I only sought medical attention early this year, I have suffered with these conditions for many years now. Now, I realise that having these conditions does not imbue me with a blanket-ability to discuss every case of mental health – because […]