I’m grateful to still be alive after so many deadly adventures.
Every time I have a birthday I turn that age for the first time.
It just helps me see that not everything is as it seems. When you have a bad day, remember that it’s only your mind that makes it seem bad. All of your days are really good because you’re alive,
It feels great!
Believe it or not, once a woman told me to get out. Instead of fighting I just turned around. That solved everything. Well, almost. She still seemed mad at the male gender.
When I’m reading, on the computer, or watching TV. Besides, I can see at least a little bit of spirituality in each of these activities.
You can learn, and hopefully if other people are involved you can help each other.
Life motivates me, but society makes me wish I could do some unlearning. I remember a friend saying we need that, and he was right.
It makes me have a sense of purpose. COVID didn’t wipe that out. I just found it odd that we were under lockdown for longer than the “promised” two weeks.
In my room.
My sister taking her three kids and me to Mass and people keeping others safe by wearing face masks.
Every time I’m in the hospital I collaborate with God and the medical team to make myself better.
Mostly by typing on the Internet like I’m doing now. I’m a writer. You might have seen some of my poems.
Everybody else in this world. We need peace!
I can be kind and loving.
We need to wait for the afterlife for immortality.
I turn to God.
I think i grew in realizing that those COVID kills can only kill bodies, not souls. I always sensed this, but there’s always room for growth. I wish I could help the whole world know this because it.s very important.
Any Disney movie. Disney helped inspire me to be an actor. I’ve done improv and plays. I was even an extra in a movie called NOT FORGOTTEN! It definitely wasn’t Disney, though.
I was called a humble hero. I think that means doing good deeds while acknowledging that I’m not God.
This is comforting in these times.
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