I’ve been blogging for over 11 years so far.
At the start in the original incarnation of the blog I stated that if you have your diagnosis going against you, you might not want to dye your hair green and look weird.
Today I recant that assertion.
Lately I’ve been thinking about the tragedy that is conformity.
You can’t repress your soul and expect to be well.
You shouldn’t hide your life or your light.
Trying to change who you are so that other people will accept you or approve of you is a losing battle. Doing so will cause ill health.
Be not afraid to “Be who you are, not who the world wants you to be.”
Today I abide by this refrigerator magnet quote as the one true livable maxim at mid-life.
In the coming blog entries I’ll talk about how things often pan out in our older years.
Living life whole and well is predicated on embracing and expressing our individuality without fear of reprisal.