My Outlook On Life

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Love.

 

There’s one thing I’ve learned thus far in my 30 years, it’s simple really, so inherently simple most people forget it. Maybe even ignore it.  It’s 3 words, 3 little words.  You ready?

Life. Is. Short.

Life does not last forever, and this thought is reinforced with in my brain each and every time I check into a hospital.  I’m almost grateful to have been diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease, if anything it’s given me a broader more positive outlook on life.

I wake up each morning with the intention of improving my own life and positively influencing other’s.  I go through my day making sure I don’t dwell on the negativity that occurs in every day life and the extra ordinary situations that arise.  I refuse to spend my days on this earth unhappy, disappointed or yearning for something more.

I believe that anything you want, whether it be physical, a state of mind, emotion, or path in life, you can achieve.  All it takes is a little bit of work and the will to make it happen.

Like I said, Life is Short.  Why should I wait around for what I want?  Why should I spend my days down?  I’m going out there and making the world I want to see!

3 thoughts on “My Outlook On Life

  1. ryunosuketsukue

    Sorry to hear about your condition, but i admire you strength and your drive to live, despite all the odds, it’s very noble of you :)

  2. As I don’t understand first hand Crohn’s disease, I can appreciate outlook and time. My partner is a survivor of ovarian cancer and so there is much time we don’t lend ourselves to wasting on the trivial things.
    I do appreciate your writings, your writing style, and outlook.
    Thank you for sharing a bit of yourself here.
    -Lexie

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