#878² SHORT STUFF² – S1 E6 – FEELING SICK

Sometimes we get sick and do not even care, but in these COVID-19 times feeling sick is quite an experience.

I have just a cold, or at least that is what the doctor said. Nothing serious, even though it’s not very common for me to have only an issue with my throat but nothing else. But the question is not what we have, but what our mind thinks could go possibly wrong.

It’s fascinating to observe how fast we can jump to conclusions. Silly, true, but not when you are right there in the situation, thinking your current breath will be your last. I may have a difficult time dealing with problems like this, especially after keeping my medical history in mind, but still, I thought that I would make some progress one day.

The art of not panicking, well, it’s apparently not my art. I panicked… Again…

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But I survived! At least something! HAHA. As long as we can laugh about ourselves afterwards everything is supposed to be fine, isn’t it? I guess this is just me, a part of me, that’s how I am. But I learned a good lesson. We always do.

The change of priorities in life is mind-blowing. In the first second I wasn’t sure what to say about the brand new Porsche Cayman GT4 RS, in the next, my life was on the line. Or at least it felt pretty much like this. But moments like these are brilliant. Our mind is clear and our focus sharp. We get a unique look at ourselves and the life we have been living so far. Is this really it? Is this how we want to be remembered? Of course I am exaggerating a bit, but it came close.

I need to worry less. I need to care less. I need to focus more on myself and my personal health.

And once I get this out of it, well, it was worth the experience.

See you next time!

1 comment

  1. It’s been said , COVID is a catalyst… for many things… e.g. self-reflection. And blessed is the human who takes charge of one’s life…not succumbing to the darkness of doubt and fear. 🙏🏻💕🙏🏻

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