I’m grateful to still be alive after so many deadly adventures.
Sometimes the people I know in person are rushing by so quickly that I feel overwhelmed. Maybe that’s because of my physical disability that makes me physically slow. I can’t even leave the house without help.
I no longer have seizures. I’m just sitting up a lot at night.
Reading and performing. I could read to others and be a better performer.
I need prayer. I have sleep apnea and something so mysterious in my brain that nobody seems to know what it is.
Yes, by using the arts to add beautiful things to it.
I’m grateful for the arts.
The future must include all of us,
I might even have helped through prayer without even knowing what I was praying for.
I think of love as a form of art.
May we be more peaceful to each other, and may there be no more war.
I look at art as a miracle. I thank God for giving us the ability to create it.
I’m grateful for all books. Now I’m reading one called CHARLESTON.
I remember being a needing friend. i was lonely in those days because it seemed that either my family or my attendant would respond to my need to go places. Those days are over now, but I still need help to travel because with my physical disability it would be suicide to travel by myself.
World Peace Day is definitely a day to be grateful for!
I thank God for all of nature.
I don’t know if I’m more alive than most people or not, but even though I’m 44 years old I still feel like a teenager.
I experienced a shaky left shoulder today.
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