Something more you can always do

When you feel there's no more you can do, Love shows it's always possible to do more.

In an interview, the late actor Laurence Olivier said that when he was called upon in one Shakespearean play to project night after night a feeling of sheer helpless terror, he would imagine an animal caught in a hunter's trap.

Some of our own worst nightmares are about being trapped, bound, deprived of our freedom. And some of our worst "day-mares"—nightmares lived out in daily life—are about being trapped as well, whether by a relationship, a circumstance, an illness, or personal traits that we can't seem to change.

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