Dear readers, haven’t you ever wondered about how from time and time again we walk through the same paths during our lives.
As days, weeks, months and years pass we come back to face the same dilemmas, the same joys and the same people over and over again. We run parallel to that and them, never being able to run to far away.
It’s as we have been stringed to the same things. Life is indeed a mystery.
I’ve seen this in my life and even though it may seem a burden to an extent, it is also a blessing in many ways. Uuuf, just take illness, that’s one I could have declined very easily if given the choice, my husband was diagnosed with cirrhosis early on in our marriage, my kids seem always to have a health issue of one sort of the other (thank God none of too much concern), and I’ve battled against Myasthenia Gravis for the past twelve years. It ain’t easy!!!!!!!!!!!! However, it’s not that bad either, through my illness I’m always trying to strive to make my day, the best day ever.
All of us have to face the same challenges. We all wake up in the morning not certain of anything that will happen that day. It could be like any other day or it can be a day that will change the course of our life. The only difference from people who face the incognito with a disease is that our self-awareness is always at high, or at least mine is.
I’ve come to accept with a grateful heart those who have chose to be close to me and have enriched my life in so many ways. Building relationships are the toughest of all the quests in life, but it sure feels great when you get to a point where you can rest assured and safe inside those relationships.
Believing that a higher power, name it whatever you want, keeps us in balance, stringed to the things and people we need for whatever it is we need to be in our lives is the most amazing experience you or I will ever have. I am grateful with a humble heart for the good, for the bad, each and everything that lies in between and within my life and to be able to be living and enjoying today’s day.
Have a great day everyone, see you around the corner and thanks for stopping by.
I am honored to be invited to speak at 2017 KOSTA/USA Conference at North Central College, July 3-7, 2017. There is a good list of seminar speakers and I am excited to be included in this list. I will be speaking on “Asian American Identity” and it will be presented bilingually. I will also share […]