every challenge is worth it

When you have a handicap life can be difficult. When you are making choices to change the lives of, not only you and your spouse, but the most important people to ever take breath life can be brutal.

In one situation the cause is out of your control. All you can hope to do is to face each challenge with grace.

Actually, that applies to both situations.

There are times the situations parallel so much.

This was never what I would have dreamed as a turnout, but this is what I have to deal with.

I engage each struggle because there is no option not to, even when giving up and in would be easier.

Neither situation is ever going to end. There will never be a happy ever after. Even when there is peaceful times there will never be PEACE.

In my heart I hear it.

I feel it pulse in my soul.

There are whispers that soothe my tired spirit.

Gives it new strength.

Be whole, not perfect. Its worth it to be happy.  

I wrote about life’s roller coasters at Babble

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4 Responses to every challenge is worth it

  1. Kristin April 22, 2012 at 11:10 AM #

    There is so much truth in this one post. “Be whole, not perfect. Its worth it to be happy.”…I really like that.

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  2. Winnona Griffin April 21, 2012 at 2:30 PM #

    I like the last line “Be whole, not perfect. Its worth it to be happy.” Makes me strong despite pressing problems. What mantra do you do to do away with negative energy in life? I truly appreciate your encouraging words here.



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    • Anissa Mayhew April 21, 2012 at 7:52 PM #

      There’s so many mantras that are out there it’s impossible to pick just one. Find the one that speaks to your heart and lifts you up and keep it close!

  3. Stuart Jameson April 19, 2012 at 5:57 AM #

    This is a wonderful post. I found it very inspirational.

    Thanks for sharing.


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