November 10, 2001 – by Per Christensson
If somewhere there lies a river of answers, far from me its water runs. As usual, my life is filled with unanswered questions, but more now than before. Relationships seem to evade me even when I do not chase them. Patience is a virtue, but so is seizing the moment. I seem to lack both.
In the time I don't spend searching for answers or wallowing in my own self-pity, I have been busy with other things. For example, watching the baseball playoffs. I found myself rooting for a team I never thought I'd cheer for in my life -- the Yankees. They were just fun to watch. Though I usually find it hard to watch more than three innings of baseball at a time, I must admit, it was an enjoyable series to follow.
With the rest of my time, I have been making small updates to the site and have been replying to as many e-mails as I can. My apologies to those of you who have written letters to me recently and have not received a response. Perhaps by the time of my next update, I will have found some answers to my questions. Then again, perhaps not.