Monday, December 4, 2017

Letting Go, Looking Up and Facing Forward

“How would your life be different if you learned to let go of the things that have already let go of you? Free yourself from a past that you cannot change.” - Steve Maraboli

Often times in life we need to face the things that are. While there are many things that we can make an effort toward to change; certain things happen that cannot be changed. Occurrences happen to all of us. There is not always a specific reason for everything, things happen and how we react to them is what makes us who we are.

I try and let go of the things in life that we cannot change. This injury happened to me, and I am doing my best to live as normally as possible. I hope and pray that I can be of some influence to somebody who is going through similar circumstances. I have friends from all walks of life and it seems that every person will go through different experiences that help to make them who they are. Maybe this injury has made me much better able to discuss with people who have had various different life experiences. Maybe I have to consider myself fortunate. I am able to visit with family quite often and I am never alone for too long. My health is doing fantastic and I am able to think and reason. All things considered I am incredibly fortunate to be able to live every day while trying to impact others.

This life was created for us to try and impact others. I try and relate as much as I can to as many people as possible. This is our life, how are we going to make it ours? I always strike up philosophical conversations with many people that I meet. I think that much can be learned about someone when you delve deep into their philosophy on this life. We all have a purpose and we are here to aid and help one another along the journey.

We have to challenge ourselves to think and believe in our actions.  I think that we should all try to think deeper and challenge ourselves to reason all of our actions and figure out what makes us tick. I love chatting with everyone that I meet on a deeper level.  I feel that we all have our own stories. Maybe my cerebral thinking makes me a bit different from the typical person that you meet. I know that here are many people who will engage me in a deep conversation. I love charity events because I feel there are many like-minded people getting together for a common cause.

I thank you so much for reading and I would love to hear any thoughts that you may have. ~ Noelle

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