I am Ready to Live Beyond Survival

Many moments of my life… I survived.

Many years of my life… I survived.

Praise God I survived but now I am ready to live.

I am ready to live my life beyond survival.

I am ready to thrive.

Fighting for your life is often necessary when battling illness.

When you make it past the fighting stage, learn to survive.

When you make it past the survival phase, learn to live.

Learn to live,

thrive

and LOVE.

Enjoy the beauty of living.

~written by Susan Walz


This is one of my new favorite quotes…

“What if I fall? Oh, but my darling, what if you fly?” ~Erin Hanson

This is the entire poem…

“There is freedom waiting for you,
On the breezes of the sky,
And you ask “What if I fall?”
Oh but my darling,
What if you fly?” 
~Written by Erin Hanson

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6 Comments

  1. soberandbipolar

    I love this beautiful message. Yet I am also hesitant about doing more than I am able. Two years ago I went after a dream and the outcome was devastating. I am still recovering from that serious break and cautious about taking on too much.

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    1. myloudbipolarwhispers

      Yes it is important not to do too much. I mean when you are ready take another step. You will know when it is time. For now you can only do what you can and that is enough and that is great. What you do now is enough. I just mean never settle and always strive for me when you are ready to. One day it will happen. Recovery and wellness are possible. I am living proof of that. Hugs, Sue

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