A recovery formula from a life-changing event.
Ever since becoming an involuntary member of the “Life-Changing Events Club” in 2009 when my daughter lost oxygen to her brain for 6 minutes,
I have viewed life with a new perspective.
That new perspective has been the greatest gift of my life.
I believe in life’s ordinary events there is extraordinary meaning.
I believe within our lives there are many life lessons which, when applied, can vastly prepare us for what is to come in our lives.
I believe everything we do and everything that happens to us in our life – happens for a reason.
I know the reason may take many years to come to the surface.
But it most certainly will.
And, I believe, if you are paying attention, you will realize the magnificence of how the universe works.
Here is my vision for my life and for this blog:
To improve the quality of other people’s lives by converting my life experience into the seeds of love, kindness, gratitude, and appreciation which I will plant in the soul of others.
I will be present and nurture this new spirit during chaos and crisis and share in and enhance the bloom of this spirit during accomplishment.
To live in a manner and way which will inspire those I serendipitously share paths with to live their version of the same in their lives.
That is the vision for my life and for this blog.
Thank you for your support.
In a weird way, I wound up doing exactly what my soul already knew I would do, just in a way I never imagined.
Every parent who has had two wrestlers wrestling at the same time know the range of emotions one experiences. Now, Imagine having twins wrestle together.
Today is my birthday.
I no longer look at my birthday as the point of reference as to when I truly became alive in the timeline of my life.
The days after talking with Adam when I felt I had had enough and the fight in me started to erode, I always referred back to the silent phone calls we shared and the message he conveyed – “You put your toe on the line and you fight like hell.”
To my surprise, the best match of the dual meet, and in my opinion, the best match of the tournament, came from two equally matched, underweight, 99 pounders.
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Some wrestlers think they are better than they are.
And other wrestlers are better than they think they are.
Both suffer from inaccurate levels of confidence.
Every block of stone has a statue inside it.
It is the task of the sculptor to discover it – Michelangelo