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Be Prepared…for one of the longest descriptions of life. you don’t have to read, its really only a rambling of what this picture represents and the crazy thoughts in my head ha My stomach tightened and heaved. It felt as if I were being punched and every time I was okay the feeling would creep its way back in. It always did. Sometimes more practical and more understandable than others. But then again sometimes I was reminded of the brokenness in my own dreams. Aren’t your dreams supposed to be a protection and a state of bliss in your mind? How could something so sweet and innocent turn itself into a nightmare? Dreams in general are an interesting topic because you have no control over them consciously. It’s like hunger, you never chose to need food. You never chose to be dependant on nutrition. Just like you never chose to be dependant on sleep however you still need it. What I never understood was how things we had no choice over hurt us so terribly. When it comes to food you can become over weight or you can screw up your cholesterol. You can die from allergies to certain foods or in the very least get sick. So why would we be forced to depend on something so dangerous and deadly? What about sleep? We have these dreams that can be wonderful and relaxing but then we can have nightmares that remind us of all we’re traumatized by. Yet we still need sleep so we close our eyes every night and fight our mind to let the silky, white blanket of the quiet flood over us. Not just that but take love into account. If fate is real then evidently we have no choice, once again, over what our life will encounter. Especially, the people we meet because if you were one second late you might not have run into them. The world is interesting like that. It mixes the good with the bad and tests you constantly to see how you react. Obviously, if this was some test I would have failed miserably. Still life humours me with its twisted paths and walk ways. It intrigues me with its huge cliffs and wide spread oceans. The truth is you could know life through and through like you know the back of your hand but you’d still lose. You always lose because you just never seem to be able to run fast enough. Like a bad dream where you’re being chased and your legs go numb. Then your voice disappears while your enemy is gaining on you. Suddenly your frolicking time in the meadow turned into a speeding dash for your life. Then you trip over something you can’t see or maybe, just perhaps it was something you weren’t’t looking out for. Finally, you lose. The foe has gotten you now. What makes life so funny though, is that when the foe kidnaps you and takes you away to the place of nightmares you realize as he takes off his mask that he is you and you are he. Anyone can hold a gun up to your head but this time, for the first time, you have a choice. Either you don’t obey and lose your life or you do what they say hoping freedom waits in the shadows of the next turning corner. It’s humorous how life picks and chooses what decisions you get to make versus the ones the world gets to make. Still people always tell you to make the best of your life. Maybe that’s just it, we have such little control other than those little decisions so can we really call life ‘life’? Perhaps life is only the conclusion of all our journeys, lovers, friends, events, laughs and pain. It just what ties up the loose ends. Life is the title of your gallery but each painting you hang up is a path you’ve been down. Some have open doors at the end and others don’t. Sometimes you have to turn around and face the mess you made then you have to climb over it all. Each work of art shows that with the tiny strokes. The colours you paint with is your decision however the colours you are given is not. So perhaps we cannot make the best of our life but maybe we can make the best of our art work. I remember when I was a child and I wanted to see something I was always told to “look with your eyes and not your hands”. With these masterpieces that we paint and the stories that we tell we’re giving people the chance to view a sliver of light into our lives. So many people realize that then immediately shut the door and put up a closed sign on their gallery. Although, as soon as you do that you’re hiding the beauty on the inside and you’re letting the bricks on the outside lose their colours and the windows grow filthy. Then suddenly you recognize that this is what solitude really means. That’s the thing though. You fear letting people into your gallery or your work shop because you don’t want them smearing their lines all over your portraits. What almost everyone doesn’t realize is that what they draw is invisible unless you make it otherwise. I think underneath every action and spoken word I obliviously allowed you to add details on my pieces of art. Even though I didn’t notice I still had let it happen and so the colours appeared vibrantly meanwhile thePorphyria
I have finally been diagnosed. Years of pain, sickness, and recently, weight loss, I have finally been told what is wrong with me. For years, I was told that it was just IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) and that just stress or nerves were doing it. I fought with nearly every doctor telling them that I knew something was wrong besides just stress and pretty much every single one ignored me. Then in 2009 I became so ill I had to have my galbladder removed, and ever since then, I never got better. Every day is pain. Whether it be when I get up, after I eat just slightly too much, or when I go to bed, my stomach hurts in some way. At least once a week, I will become so ill, I almost shake and feel as if I am dying. But after telling a doctor this, he just told me I would have to learn to live with it. I tried school this summer and even almost finished 300 hours. Unfortunately, I couldn't do it, missed too much because of my stomach, and got kicked out. I tried and tried to stay in by bringing in doctor's notes, but it wasn't enough. Finally the doctor at the clinic said I needed to see a specialist in Nashville. I agreed, but I really had no hope in this. I've been there before, and they told me it was just nerves from starting high school. I told this new specialist everything I've told everyone else, ready to hear the typical diagnosis, IBS. He was quiet for a second, wrote down some things and goes "Have you ever been tested for Porphyria?" I've never in my life heard of it, and I said no. He begins to tell me that it is pretty rare but so is getting hit by lighting until you get hit, and then it is 100%. He didn't say anything else, just told me that I would be going through a couple of tests and sent me on my way. I had my blood taken while I was there, and that was it. A few days later, I got a call from his nurse. My test came back positive. I have Acute Intermittent Porphyria. I really don't understand much of it. I only know what the internet says which is bouncing from one thing to another. I still have to go through a digesting test before I go back to him to get schooled on all of this. Mostly, all I know is that it is damaging my nerves and that my heart, liver, kidneys, stomach, and parts of my brain are in danger, and there is nothing they can do about it but help my symptoms. I'm also not able to take A LOT of medicine, some even being so dangerous it can kill me. I'm more than likely going to have to have something like a bracelet saying I have this just so in case of an emergency (like a car accident) they know they have to be careful what they give me if I am unable to tell them. All of this is "just learn as it goes" situation. I have so much weight lifted off my shoulders, but now I'm lost. I have no idea where to start. This feels like a new life. I almost feel like a different person. All I can do is pray.
Why is it that even though we might maintain our high school weight, few of us maintain our high school belt size?See also:
In your twenties and thirties, the layers of fat on top of your abs were the problem–but once you reach middle-age, the enemy shifts. The 6-Week Cure for the Middle-Aged Middle is the first book to deal specifically with the issues we face in the next stage of life, providing a plan for eliminating the unhealthy fat that accumulates around the organs–visceral fat–that is the true cause of the middle-aged bulge.
The good news is that with the right diet, visceral fat can be quickly reduced and eliminated, enhancing both your looks and your health. Even after twenty years researching and refining the science of weight loss and management, bestselling authors Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades fell victim to the middle-aged middle themselves. Although otherwise fit and healthy, both lost the flat belly that signals youth. In The 6-Week Cure for the Middle-Aged Middle, they share the simple dietary program they created to shed the weight.
• How eating saturated fat can actively trim your middle
• Why the “eat less, exercise more” prescription fails–and what to do about it
• Why “inner” and “outer” tube fat measurements are important to your health
• How to fight the fat stored inside your liver that leads to hard-to-lose middle-body flab
With The 6-Week Cure for the Middle-Aged Middle the doctor duo that brought you to the low-carb lifestyle shows you how to regain in midlife the figure of sleek, flat-bellied youth.
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