Positivity. Even if their glass is half empty, if you remind them why their glass is half full, when things go well, they remember your words. When things go badly, hopefully something will still resonate, so they don’t feel as bad.
I am most grateful for the voices that make me think beyond my own thoughts, expanding my realm of thinking.
The sky above me.
The fear of failure/ being counterproductive/ wasting precious time to something time sensitive
A release of tension.
The sound of crashing body of water.
Taking things personally. Most people don’t care and they frequently do things that work for them at that moment. A lot of times what people do have nothing to do with you. You just happen to be there.
I guess the most recent one was when my entrance door jammed shut and I couldn’t get in the house. Luckily I had left the upstairs bedroom window open, a neighbor, I had never formally met, helped me with my ladder and I was small and limber enough to squeeze into the opening and slide down to safety. That same neighbor returned to help unjam the aforementioned door.
As soon as I wake up and and use the toilet, I can do “indoor walking exercises”, so that my day starts with a minimum of 3000 steps.
Their success is your success.
Language (reading, writing and comprehension). My level may not be at its highest, but the level I do have, in some ways, are a life saver, allows me to be autonomous and I am able to get more done. I can even be creative, which adds to the enjoyment of it, adding to its repertoire and it can kill, save time or, just plainly, dispell boredom. Yeah, language!
Having goals/a to-do list
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