8 Tishrei, 5774
The meaning of what happens to you is determined by what happens in you. — Rabbi David Aaron
Do you find that idea mystifying? Something you resent? I understand. So do many medical and mental health professionals.
Here's a recent headline from the medical world:
If your heart aches from inner or outer turmoil, take tiny steps to become more refined, more considerate, and more forgiving, than you are.
No need to make life harder by taking on too much of the task at one time.
Gradual progress is the best, most sensible way to go.
Need help to accept what is rather than what you originally wanted?
Read the inspirational stuff that made clergy of different faiths recommend
The writer of the book re-engineered her life
after a devastating medical setback
(that other people could have prevented)
left her with the need to update her goals.
I'm that woman.
Read the story of
What happened to me,
What I chose to do about it,
How that can help you.
You'll find it in the E-book or print edition of EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge.
Face Your Medical Problems with Dignity. Face Your Future with Optimism.
Find your inner greatness by rising to the challenge. As often as necessary.