Love’s the only thing that’s ever saved my life
Fragility. Endocrinologist holding out on refilling a longstanding prescription until I had made an appointment lead to an interruption to my accessing slow-acting insulin for almost a week. The indirect impossibility of controlling blood glucose with fast-acting insulin alone has given me insights into my own death; this is the way it will be as the exogenous insulin runs out or the supply chain breaks down.
Most of us have relatives, some of us have family
Difficulties have shaped my experience of resilience like a corner, we’re literally backed into a corner where there is no longer a roomy field of options and choices we might’ve enjoyed previously. As with irrational numbers that gradually diminish, becoming smaller and smaller the further the divisions stray from the decimal but never end, I’m reminded that we have and are everything just not everything at once.
. . . That some moments are better than others
Micro-dosing at the unfulfilling retail job can really salvage even the most frustrating of shifts.
This is the best question I’ve ever read here!
Maintain a vibe that attracts it
Stay curious to realize it
Be present to enjoy it
Try not to manage it too much when I luck out and find it
Have the right fam around to share it
Keep healthy to recover from it
After my shift yesterday, I’m just grateful for a day off
Bark less, wag more!
“Complaining digs us deeper into our emotional ruts. Humor, compassion, forgiveness, and gratitude are the 4-wheel drive of a joyful heart.”
More billionaires on earth than ever before and not one of them has ever stood up and assumed the role of Batman. . .
I’d cure type 1 diabetes and share that cure, free and clear, with everyone, everywhere;
and Novo Nordisk, Dexcom, et al (who are beholden to shareholders and profit, not patients) would have me killed
Trees. . . .
“Your body is synonymous to the earth in the same sense that your mind reflects the world you inhabit. When you take responsibility for each you will heal the whole.”
Be at peace with the coming and going, in the presence and in the absence; with what is, what was, and what might yet be.
An elimination diet of all relationships, all objects, and all demands on time and energy. 40 days in the wilderness
My wife’s at a Nats game as I type this with her friends. Not my idea of fun, LOL
I love my broad fork
I’m in the wrong forest
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