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The "Wu Word" Blog
The "Wu Word" Blog
|Posted on March 9, 2020 at 7:06 PM|
And, I got better. And, my second kidney transplant thrived and survived at going 25 years this year and counting. This is the thing: When it is bad and at the very bottom, we think it can never get better. We think we can never get through what we see as the worst and darkest of places. And, yes, it often has to get very bad and at the bottom before it can even try to get better. Fear, Anxiety, Panic, and the Power of our minds rear their ugly heads to take over and twist us in ways that we never thought we were capable of behaving, acting, and treating ourselves and others. I was brought back in the present to this woman who had triumphantly succeeded and grabbing the last Lysol Disinfectant. She then glanced down at me maybe, just maybe, realizing that she had taken the last Lysol disinfect. She then asked me: “Did you want the Lavender Lysol disinfectant sprays? I can help you reach them!”
I wrinkled my nose knowing that permeating my apartment with Lavender would not over well with my kitty cat Ricky and me. With a substantial space between us, we started chatting and even chuckling about the C-virus. We were connecting and coming together over a looming crisis. That’s another thing: Crisis can either unite or divide and show the utmost ugly or beauty in people. I have ever hope in me in unite and the good in people. I never got this Lysol lady’s name, but I knew that neither of us and none of us can ever really be in isolation. After chatting with her, I was empty handed of any cleaning solutions, but then I knew what I had accidentally purposefully did: I let her have the very last Lysol can.
We are not meant to live or be in isolation. Do you find with everything going on that you are getting more fearful and panicked to the point of isolation? What are your views and hopes about unite and good vs. divide and bad? When were you at your very worst with the belief that it would never get better only to someday realize that it had gotten better? Were you ever in isolation?
Keep smilin’ until we meet again,