On doing what I can, while I can. Lessons from pain and Epictetus.

Life changes in an instant. It’s 11 weeks since I was in hospital and my poor kidney still hurts :(. On the outside I look great, but on the inside not so much.

Some days I get out and others I don’t, it’s a very new experience for me and I am trying to reap all the lessons I can along the way so I don’t (to be totally honest) get mind f*cked with all the unknowns and what might be. It’s not easy to not go down the rabbit hole of worry. Some days I do better than others.

Come join me on the trail, as a side note just minutes after finishing this video I was almost crawling my way back to the car and I am now home on my heat pad, truly every moment has its own flavor, nailing me every time to the present moment and rendering me grateful for every, albeit slow, step, A humbling and poignant (and yes, sometimes difficult) journey.

It is a humbling and poignant (and yes, sometimes difficult) journey, As Yogi Bhajan says, it’s not the life you live but the courage you bring to it. Life has me digging deep into my courage well, thank you for being there with me. I’d love to hear how you stay out of the rabbit hole of worry.

Alone we can do so much, together we can do so much more.

Love to you