I have a few good moments and then I am overwhelmed by the agony again. The constant pounding, throbbing; I swear I can see my head thumping.
I have hit a new stage though; insomnia. So now my only relief from the pain is rather intermittent. I want to sleep. I constantly feel like I am going to fall asleep … however, I fall asleep for an hour or so and then I am wide awake again, thinking about the thump thump of my head.
This isn’t the blog I wanted to write.
While awake last night I had many good post ideas … I just can’t seem to remember them now. How frustrating.
Oh well … instead I think I will post something I read earlier today …
I heard it from a friend (Ramblin' Rose) who heard it from a friend (Certifiable Princess) who heard it from a friend (someone via FARK) who may or may not have originally thought of it.
The question is a tough one … but certainly enlightening …
If you could go back in time and tell your 12 year old self ONE thing and one thing only, what would that one thing be?
The difficulty of the assignment?
You cannot give that 12 year old you stock tips, lottery numbers, hints to purchase anything like Yahoo or Google etc. Nothing that will make them infinitely rich. Rather, the advice would be something for them either to avoid, or to go for, to change or remove from their life so there would be no regrets.So, with that in mind...what would the adult YOU tell the 12 year old YOU right now to make their life fuller, happier and better?
My answer is in the comments, exactly the way I wrote it to Ramblin' Rose.
The words of kindness are more healing to a drooping heart than balm or honey.
Speak to one another with psalms, hymns and spiritual songs. Sing and make music in your heart to the Lord, always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.