Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Another Year Ending

Another year is about to come to a close. The New Year will be quickly among us. The holidays are a time of togetherness. Another year is approaching and thus a renewal of our wants and desires. It is very important to have a desire for the focus of the New Year. As this year comes to a close it is important to take notice of all that you have accomplished. Have you stepped outside of yourself and taken on a responsibility greater than yourself? If working is not an option, one can always volunteer. Develop your network and always seek to belong to a cause greater than yourself. I would love to hear who has taken advantage of volunteer opportunities.

Despite the chill in the air, warmth can be felt within. I would love to hear who has taken advantage of any volunteer opportunities. Every one of us belongs to a network. The network among survivors is extremely deep rooted. I have attempted to make myself available to many of the survivors that I know. This has allowed me to feel a worth that I would have otherwise missed out on. Every one of us needs to know that there is a network of individuals. The purpose of this blog is to create a forum of ideas. Once a survivor is given several ideas there are always methods to aid and lend a helping hand. The inner warmth can counteract the chill in the air.

The hustle and the bustle that is the holidays is a cyclical reminder to us that the life that we are living goes through differing seasons. We as survivors have to hold ourselves in form of Thanksgiving all year long. We will be challenged as we are every year when the snow starts falling. The ice creates potentially hazardous conditions for those of us with balance issues. I certainly have balance issues, yet I now know what risks I have to avoid making to progress through the winter with minimal risk. The December holidays are a jubilation of sorts of all that we have managed throughout the year to progress seamlessly forward in another year. As always thank you for reading.

~Noelle

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