/ Getting Better or Bitter

Sometimes, we must keep reminding ourselves that we are all on this earth together. We are all learning, struggling and suffering in different ways. We all have different circumstances and obstacles we need to overcome. 
Our human bodies are the vehicles in which we all move through this world. Some people take care of their bodies; some don’t. 
How we move through the world varies – due to our upbringing, society, attitude, opportunities and what we consider important to accomplish. 
Some follow their minds or hearts to decide what they should do next. Some develop artistic or athletic abilities. And some, sadly never use any of their gifts they were born with. 
Our emotions tell us how we feel at any given moment.  When you disconnect from your feelings,  you will become depressed, lost, and have no energy to accomplish anything great. 
For certain, all of us will be tossed about on a stormy ocean. Chaos will be in our lives. But know, that no storm lasts forever!
Know there are inspiration and hope is around us, but you must be open to it, for it will come from places you don’t expect. 
I could never be where I am today without the help, encouragement or kindness of others. 

One day, you will meet someone, who is currently drowning in their life. And your kind words or hugs could save their life. One person can make a difference. 
You have so much good inside you, use it. Know there are wonderful people out there as well. Keep your heart and soul open, and you will attract them. 
There are no accidents in life. Everyone you meet teaches you a lesson, some you like and some you won’t. People come into your life to help you grow. Some people you meet will be examples of how to live your life, and others are a warning of what not to do.
Finally, we all want the same things in life. We all want to be understood, loved and accepted. Don’t let language, religion, politics or nationality separate us. We are all part of one planet, one race, the HUMAN RACE.
Please give those you love a hug (we all need it) and I look forward to meeting you one day.