Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Just Reflecting On Life, Change, and New Developments

Hello Everyone,

Today I wanted to post about Life, how we feel about it, whether we are less-than-satisfied with the life we are living, and what we can do to improve different areas of our life.

Our illness has lead to changes in our life and it is up to us to make the best of life. We are developing and acquiring knowledge or skills based on what we are experiencing. There are positive and important lessons learned through our journey. We realize there are areas of our life that must be complete so that we can live our best life.

While I have always been a person with a vision, my vision has changed. Please remember that the first step to living our best life is to develop a powerful, motivating vision for our life. We must understand life’s purpose and embrace our own greatness as we change and have to reframe our inner views. Do you or have you reinvented yourself in areas where you might have been blocking your own progress? Think about it, many of us were engrossed in our careers and perhaps not living a balanced life.

People have always been of interest to me and I have enjoyed the diverse beautiful individuals who have crossed my path. In many ways, I am still achieving my goals. I am passionately committed to living and focusing on the people in my life who enrich my soul. To achieve the personal and emotional success I crave, I observe, study, and embrace people. God has empowered me by helping me determine and nurture my personal vision and purpose.

I have used life’s challenges as stepping-stones to my dreams. I have dreamed of connecting with diverse individuals in deeper, broader, and more meaningful ways by expressing my thoughts and emotions. It is okay to share your thoughts and emotions, seek out friendships, and discover the benefit of other individual strengths, passions, skills, values and uniqueness. We were brought to this world to do something special and to make a difference.

Reading and learning about how people deal with their misfortunes, illnesses, and the strength they have to overcome their weaknesses has given me strength and faith I continue to have in God. I thank all of my reader’s for taking time out of their day to read my posts and comment online or via email. God wills that we share with others the joy of his boundless love and I pray that I may be generous enough to share the trials, tribulations, and joy of life with others. I may have written a whole lot of nothing, but it sure feels good to share.

I hope and pray everyone has a pain and fatigue free day.

6 comments:

cindacrawford said...

I thank you for sharing. We each have many things to lend to the "illness" and "life" discussions. If we do, our voices surely will blend in harmony and eventual truth. I wish you much success in your new health pursuits.

Fibro Viv said...

Hi Cinda,

Thanks for stopping by and for commenting. I tend to just ramble at times.

I am in the process of viewing your Health Matters Show on Fibromyalgia.

Wishing you a great day!

Cinda Crawford said...

You're a good gal, Viv. I would hope that you find some interesting stuff there. This Friday I interview Dr. Christopher Lepisto (Naturopath) about Fibro & Chronic Fatigue. Then on 7/14 we are doing a "live" teleseminar. Stop by if you can! ((Hugs)) Cinda

theBluesman said...

this is a v good reflection on life Viv and it must have truly come straight out of your heart, just keep writing...

Fibro Viv said...

Cinda,

I think it is great that you are able to interview these people and find out more information for all of us.

I thank you for sharing all of this information with us. May God continue to guide you on your path.

Fibro Viv said...

Hi Bluesman,

There are times I just reflect on what is happening and how I feel about life and the beautiful people in our world.

We are all so blessed and I believe God give us the power to open up our hearts, why not share?

God Bless and thank you for sharing such beautiful photos and information on your site.