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It’s not often I cite Biblical p...

Posted Sep 29 2008 4:20pm

It’s not often I cite Biblical passages, perhaps because I feel blasphemous because I don’t read the Good Book nearly enough.   A passage (Mark 6: 30-32) came through in an email the other day.   It is a passage about Jesus looking for and seeking solitude.   The email also contained the following information that spoke to me as I reflect on my new normal, my new life as a person with M.S.

(a) Make a list of the things that only you can do, then delegate the rest or let them go;

(b) Learn to take small steps and celebrate small accomplishments;

(c) Don’t allow the stuff that’s still undone, to undo you;

(d) Strive for balance; don’t become addicted to what you enjoy;

(e) Don’t compare yourself with others; work at your own pace;

(f) Take time for the people who matter, otherwise you’ll lose them.

All good advice and information.   Definitely a daily reminder for me as I try to relinquish control in my new world as a person with M.S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If this little girl only had red hair….

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