2. Don’t react instantly! You’ve known how to count from 1-10 since you’re about 2. You might not have known then that it will be one of the most important skill that you’ll ever have in the crucial times of your life when relationships are at stake.
So make your mama proud and don’t forget your counting lessons.
See #1 here.
In celebration of my 20’s years, and anticipation of the not-so-distant 30’s, I will be posting the 20 things I learned in my 20’s here in my blog. This has no timeline, but I’d like to post one regularly. So keep posted. 🙂
- Know your worth. Don’t derive your worth from your work or achievements. Sure, the sense of fulfillment you can get from them will give you confidence in trudging this competitive life, but you must realize that your worth is from your being. It is not what you do, but who you are. And you ain’t just anybody. You are a son/daughter of God.
Emma is a happy and cheerful woman despite her many illnesses. Prior to the thyroid cancer, she suffered several illnesses including stage 3 anemia and slipped disc which disables her to have a job.
But when I first met her, I never guessed nor saw her pain behind her smiles and laughter. The light in her eyes just inspires you to laugh with her. She may have indeed learned to laugh at life. Even now, when she is diagnosed with a thyroid cancer, the light in her eyes and her smiles still persist.
I am initiating this fundraising because I wouldn’t want that light to dim and that smile to fade. Because I know that there have been many times that she said to herself “I’ll be fine. I’ll be fine. I’ll be fine.” just to cover up the raging war that has been happening in her heart. Because all of us knows that cancer is scary. It hurts. It sabotages dreams and hopes that have been so beautifully put together.
So I want to fight this, with Emma as the lead. She is fighting for her health herself. And it’s a compelling thing to help someone who help herself too.
Could you join me in this battle? Let’s fight this with Emma. Let’s give her the miracle that the light in her eyes and the smile in her face hope for. ❤
You can help by buying these products found here: Fight cancer with emma
Just click the link, browse through the products offered, buy some of them 🙂 and spread the word to your friends.
I will greatly appreciate your help. May you be blessed more and more! Thank you. 🙂
So many things gone wrong today. The default reaction is to gobble up a large pack of fries. So I ordered one, and this make me smile and tear up at the same time.
The big Guy up there doesn’t fail in His notes of encouragement. ❤
I am having a lovely struggle (again), as all of us sure do. But through out all these, I am always reminded to still smile. 🙂