Thursday, June 17, 2010

When the unexpected takes precedence

We all lead an existence made of a collage of fun and dreary parts. We apply ourselves to deal with problems the best we can and use the joys sprinkled around to take a breather and make the whole package that much more livable. Then, a bigger, unforeseen event happens and throws everything off kilter. We then have to assimilate the “new-comer”, accept it and move on, taking care of the new priority (good or bad) as it should in light of all the other chores that are on our plate.

Being able to accept the new situation with all of its unfairness, greatness, ill-timing or disturbance is by far the most challenging, but the sooner it gets processed, the faster we're on our way to integrating it with the rest of our little lives...

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