What do you do when something happens to you over which you have no control and which plunges you into a fog of depression?
You go under. You drift.
When you come out of this, you’re still drifting because you must find a different purpose, another reason to face the future you didn’t ask for, could not plan for. With Hans Peet that purpose and reason came from an accidental and unexpected source. While he was drifting, a hand reached out and took hold of him, leading him on a journey of rediscovery, perhaps even of redemption.
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