My search for harmony

When I was growing up, several things made me very fearful. One was death. As a small girl, even the death of a farm animal or a pet made me feel intensely distressed. I hated to think what it would be like if someone close to me died. 

Another fear was that of separation from people I loved. I went to boarding school at a young age, and I found being away from my parents and brothers and sisters very difficult. I was shattered every time the school term began. I also disliked conflict. Our house was often a field of noisy quarrelsomeness and sibling rivalry, which made me very uncomfortable.

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