Think of Me As You Will

November 3, 2021-

Think of me as you will. I will ever rise from my bed, no later than 7 a.m. The day will begin in earnest, with devotions and a health check.

Either work, or service of some kind, will follow. My presence is welcome in many places; in others, not so much. There are friends in whose homes I am welcome with open arms. Others, with whom I must negotiate a visit, are more cautious. They are no less loved.

Home Base is a paradise to me, albeit one whose surrounds are cluttered with the accoutrements of my workaholic neighbours. It is no less loved, for all the noise and clamour.

Think of me as you will. If this life plan keeps me in one place, that is its design. Should the spirit guides say “Go forth”, that is also its purpose.

My life is not yours, and vice versa. Should our paths be in tandem, you are always welcome at my side. If they become entangled, let us determine what is best, for both of us.

Dad told me, long ago, “What other people think of you is not your business. If their paths cross yours, each of you has the right to do what is best for yourself.”

Think of me as you will. Long may you live, love and prosper.

6 thoughts on “Think of Me As You Will

  1. I made myself get up earlier today, but I’ve wasted a lot of time fooling around. Sometimes, my schizophrenia messes with me, and I get days and nights turned around. It’ll take me a few days to adjust to it.

    I think we should care a little about what others think, important others. It’s like dressing up to attend an important meeting.

    I always like giving a bit of myself, not too much. I filled a book-stand in our community with some of my old books about science and a few Stephen King novels.

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