Category Archives: Thinking Out loud

Maybe I should eat first

Two days ago, I woke up early, as usual, about sunrise and it was raining lightly so I decided a short walk for a coffee (a reward for getting up early and exercising) was in order. Mornings are always nice … Continue reading

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The Lucky ones have crutches and bandages

Today I was thinking about all the people who suffer with problems invisibly. The ones with crutches, bandages, and wheelchairs – we see they are hurting, we empathize, we cut them some slack in our expectations. But the people hurting … Continue reading

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Some understanding goes a long way

Starry, starry night Paint your palette blue and grey Look out on a summer’s day With eyes that know the darkness in my soul Shadows on the hills Sketch the trees and the daffodils Catch the breeze and the winter … Continue reading

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How has my life changed?

I received a kidney transplant April 24, 2019 The terrific readers who regularly read my post already know I received a miracle this year on April 24, in the form of kidney transplant from a living donor. My living donor … Continue reading

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If I only had a brain! or Wizard of Oz Day

Start a conversation with this opening statement; If I Only Had A Brain ! Bound to cause a pause, we have all had moments when we asked ourselves what was I thinking? Lock the keys in the car? Put the … Continue reading

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Messages without Sound

I was thinking about how easy¬† we can communicate the wrong meaning in a situation and cause miscommunication without meaning to. Even non-verbally we communicate differently¬† all over the world. Indians bow and say Namaste as Greetings. In the middle … Continue reading

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