Almost every single person who is diagnosed with a chronic illness is forced to give up something. And if we are to be deeply honest, it is usually a bucket filled with somethings. It sucks, there is no other way around it. But, this doesn’t mean that our lives are not worth just as much as they were before, things are just different.
Sometimes we are forced to give up something after our diagnosis and sometimes we choose to give up things that we believe will make a positive impact in our lives.
So, my question for the week is, What is one thing that YOU have chosen to give up that has had a positive impact on your life?
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As the old saying goes that there are only two guarantees in life, death and taxes. Money is something that we must have in order to live in the world at this moment in time. Life is expensive, especially for those of us who live with chronic illness so my question for all of you wonderful people is, “What is one way that has helps you balance all of your financial demands?”
Thank you so very much for stopping by and taking time to comment. I feel blessed to be able to share and learn from all of you.
~ wendi is an author of 3 books about saving money and can be found here.
Just like in a fairytale, a genie pops out of a bottle and you are instantly granted three wishes………..what would they be?
- The rules: you can’t ask for more wishes, and you can’t ask anything for yourself.
~ May you experience and display kindness and compassion today.
Thinking about regrets, it is my guess that every person on this Earth could verbalize at least one thing they wished they had or had not done. It is also my belief that having regrets in life is just part of being human. We live, we learn, and if we never had a regret then I am not sure we would be truly living and/or learning. We make the very best decision we can at the time and hope and pray for the best.
Now we know we can’t go back to re-create our past, but we can think about our future selves. So my question for you today is, “What is something you will regret if you do not complete/accomplish/do in your lifetime?”
~ Thank you so very much for taking the time to visit and comment. Your presence here is a blessing to me and so many others.
Change, such a small word with so many connotations, and a word that those of us with chronic illness can relate to on many levels. Yes, change is a part of life no matter who you are, and lately all of us have been going through at least some minimal changes in our daily lives.
My question for you this week is, “What is one way that your life has changed since the pandemic started and has this change had a positive or negative impact on your living situation?”
~ Thank you so very much for taking the time to stop by and and respond to this week’s question. Please know that I am praying for all of you and I wish the very best for each and every one of you.
There are many of us who are blessed to find ourselves with extra time on our hands. So, my question for this week is, “What is a favorite audiobook, YouTube channel or podcast that you have been enjoying listening to and what makes it so special?”
` Thank you for taking the time to respond! Wishing each of you health, safety, and blessings beyond your wildest imaginations.
Over the past several weeks I have read about ways that this global situation has brought out the very best and the very worst in people. But it is comforting to know that all of you amazingly kind, loving, and generous people here on WP go out of your way to help others as you are able.
So my question for you this week is, “If you were given $100, or the equivalent, and you had to give it away, what would you do with it?”
I look forward to reading your awesome responses, and I thank you in advance for your comments.
` “You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.”
With all the stressful things going on around the world, it takes a huge toll on our minds and therefore our bodies. Those of us who live with chronic illnesses have very legitimate reasons to be concerned. But instead on dwelling on the scary, we are going to focus on one postive thing we can do today to bring about contentment, joy, relaxation, or any feeling that is the opposite from the ball of stress you may have rolling around inside you.
So, my question for today is, “What is one thing you can do this very day to allow yourself to feel at ease in the world, even for a little while?”
~ I am praying for every single one of you beautifully amazing people, now go be amazing, even if it is from the four walls of your room.
“Peace is always beautiful.” —Walt Whitman