Surround yourself with genuine people who pick your thoughts up — people who make you laugh, think deeply, and never fail to remind you of what really matters in life. Your day ones, as I’d like to call them, will rush to send light and love your way when you need it.
Outstanding article, Ria! Lucid, zesty, eloquent, actionable. Your writing is almost poetic! Inspirational!
My reverence of our part-fragile, mostly-resilient human body is mostly due to recently reading Bill Bryson's unputdownable "The Body". Some takeaways from it: 50% of us will have cancer at some point. Race is 2mm of the epidermis. We are born 100% human; we die 98% alien. Stretching out our DNA would take us beyond Pluto. Bones produce hormones. We now die of overindulgence and lifestyle. Evidence suggests having good and loving relationships physically alters your DNA. Not having any, doubles your risk of dying from any cause.
I'd be delighted if you'd read my article of tangential thoughts and let me know what you think!