Monday, November 3, 2014

#28 2014

Beautiful day here.  The rain overver the week end just cleaned the air so well.  Maybe I will take a drive in the SSR with the top down.  Might be fun.  Thankful for the choice.  I say life is full of choices.  Sometimes you make good one's, sometimes bad.  But they are there.  I have made some poor choices. I like to believe more good ones than bad.  I once had a business that each day seemed to bring more problems.  I had a conversation with myself (have you?) and made the decision that it did no good to worry.  What was going to happen would happen.  I needed to be attentive and pro active to prevent things from happening.  But if something went wrong just to deal with the problem.  We come into this world not knowing our parents.  Depending on them to guide and care for us.  The parents don't know what they are getting.  I am sure they are hoping for a wonderful loving healthy baby.  But no guarantee .  No returns.  You get what you got.  Some cope others are unable.  Same with the child.  Choices are made by each individual.  Now you throw in life and accidents, misfortune, Mother Nature.  How do we as humans deal with all this?  Some turn to Faith, others seek out other means.  Drugs, etc.   The term"common sense"seems to mean little to some people.  Life is full of compilations.  How as mear humans do you handle life?  How do we know if we are "happy"?  Is life like a book, where the turn of the page to read what is happening?  Is life to hard for humans to understand?

When I go to bed at night I say a little prayer for my closest loved ones.  Then I say if the next day is dialysis day or a fee day.  I tell myself what time I need to be up, what I will have for breakfast.  When I wake up the next morning I am already ahead of the game.  Maybe life is a game we learn as we go.  We don't know when it will end or what the score will be.  All we can do is play as hard as we can and try to make good choices.



Kteach said...

Nice post Marv

emtes said...

So very true and so wise. Good words to live life by.
I heard you sold the SSR. I hope that was one of the good decisions.
I didn't go in that car many times but I know how fond you were of it.
Take care now and a big hug for you, for Jo and for Lulu.
Love you and miss you all.
Mia :-)