Irony truly has a queer sense of
humor I must say. It has a knack of showing up at times one least expects. And
trust me it kicks you right when you are about to recover from a great fall. Sadistic
in every way imaginable. Fate I guess. Or, maybe some sort of ridiculously cruel
joke by the power that runs the universe. I really don’t know. But it happens
and I have seen it happen up close and personal, that too very recently. But
enough of that.
Yes, I was down and out. Yes, I was
dejected and upset, a little too much for my liking. However, I’ve had enough
and I’m going to fight it. Push me down and I’ll stand up. Hurt those I care
for and I’ll nurse them back to health. Because I have my family with me and
with that even the greatest of battles can be won.
So my dear friends let’s have a
round of positive affirmations today?
I think I see all of you nod. Great then!
Here I go.
I forgive the unseen power for
putting my mother and my family through a
serious series of painful tests. He could
have made it worse. There I life this weight off my chest.
Two surgeries later my mom still
manages to smile for us. That is motivation enough for all of us to smile and
smile we will.
She’s walking with the help of a
walker and rocking at it in spite of the pain and weakness. Mom I’m proud of
We are going to go through it
together and continue with our normal routine too with twice as much vigor.
No more tears, no more prayers. We
will sail through with sheer willpower.
Well that was that.
You know I've realized it's really important to be happy and content with life. You can strive for more but you should never forget to be happy with what you have in the present. You never know what tomorrow holds, if at all it holds anything good. Just some food for thought.
Now for some
other news. Today I’m gearing up for a battle at work with my bosses for they
only seem to want me to toil hard without any rewards. High time I tell them I’m
not here for social service, not for them at least. Wish me luck!
'No more tears, no more prayers. We will sail through with sheer willpower.'
With a promise to be back again
tomorrow with a happy post I’ll sign off now. Have a great day and remember to make
your own positive affirmations.