I am grateful for my health! I've had "health issues" or "urgencies", but overall, and my entire life, I have been very, very healthy. During the times when I was injured to the point of (for me) disability, or ill so that I needed surgery, it was so depressing. Life has shown me people who live like this on a daily basis for their entire life, and I cannot begin to grasp that. My pain or injury lasted a few months to over one year and I could barely stand living (of course, it wasn't just one hardship thrown at me, it was several). How do people who suffer chronic pain or illness master the fortitude to live? I am not being glib--I honestly do not know the answer.
At any rate, after spending time with several people recently who are ill or injured, it makes me doubly and triply grateful for my good health and good karma. I need to exercise more and lose weight, but at the core, there is really nothing wrong with me. My knee is 98% healed, I believe the low energy to be self-perpetuated, and the problem I had in Korea is long since over and solved.
I would like to take less for granted and act more on this gratitude. It's all a process and a flow, which I choose to go with!
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...is practicing gratitude every day for 365 days. Began on April 22, 2016, let's see how life changes over the course of this next year!