Diabetic Cyborg Life 6/02: Write What You Know

The number one recommendation I hear about writing are these words. What if all you know is just impressions that are artificial niceties that we hear as a false reality of the world we live in? This is meant as a total rhetorical question as writing what I know depends on all we experience in our lives.

Life for me is one long trial and error experiment where I try one thing and have to regroup and try again in all honesty. Has the last 36 years and 9 months shown me anything that is unquestionable? Other than things can and WILL change at all times and often with no warning and in a second, no, not really.

These sessions of blogging are in place of therapy for me and you the readers hold me honest. Or, at least my own thoughts keep me honest since I know you readers know what I am saying. You can call me out wherever you see a violation of my actions in contrast to my words.

Yes, living life by others wishes and wants is unhealthy, but we can choose to be attentive to people that care and are kind to us.

Cliff notes of this post is that we NEVER know how life will go, and it will ALWAYS change with no warning. So live as best you can and try to be the best person we can be.

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Adam, Diabetic Cyborg

Adam, Diabetic Cyborg

Muslim, Optimist, Chronic Lyme Disease survivor, History/Poli. Sci. Prof. with no class. COVID Boosted on 8/25, 2/2, 7/15, 9/15 💍 10/6 & 1/17