You have being a citizen of pretty much any country on the planet to thank for this one.
The next item on the list goes hand in hand with the last one.
Next on the list is a risk of life that starts as a child that tends to get worse in adulthood.
The next item on the list brings plenty of the first, and they're closer to you than think.
This series in Informed Life Consent pays homage to those things you are more than likely to face when adulting.
First item on the list is a universal complication of being grown.
Warning: A life with any degree of success leaves you at risk of the following:
There will come a time in our lives where we're wounded to the point that healing leaves a scar in its wake. It may be from a scrape or bruise from horsing around with friends, being mischievous or just an innocent misstep; sometimes it may even be a gash big enough to need a doctor's help to close up.
Today is a very auspicious day in my calendar as it marks the birth of my brother from another mother, who now acts as a guardian angel for me and those to whom he meant so much.
Patience, empathy and faith are tools that seem stupid to some, but can carry you a very long way. While very separate and not required at all times, these three qualities feel linked in many situations we encounter.
ISQ. In Status Quo. We've all heard it or are familiar with the concept. Colouring within the lines, staying in your lane, keeping to your role, all cut and sliced from the same idea - adhering to the norm. Maintaining the status quo.