Be curious and adventurous - live your life to the fullest. Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.
Born with health problems and receiving various interventions whilst growing up, my condition progressed throughout my childhood until I became seriously ill and completely disabled at I started receiving palliative care alongside life-sustaining interventions and came under a young adult hospice-at-home service.
Then a year later, I was told my prognosis was less than 5 years. In October I turn 25; and can say I have survived at least 2 years longer than expected. My life can feel like one long medical procedure.
My illness meant that as my peers became more independent and their lives were progressing and their world opening up, and they were discovering their identity, experimenting and planning for their adult life, I was becoming increasingly dependent at a rapid rate, my life was regressing and my world getting smaller and smaller, I had lost my identity, stuck in bed at home, unable to socialise much at all and missing out on the transition into young adulthood.
I jumped at the chance. Photograph by Lucy Watts MBE Festival Spirit have a large tent which is split into cubicles for privacy with electricity for equipment, a profiling bed, a camp bed for a carer to stay with you as well as having mobile hoists, hard flooring, a separate wheelchair charging tent, a large area full of camp beds for numerous care staff and volunteers to sleep in and even a large heater to try and keep the tent warm.
Festival Spirit also purchased a fridge specially for me l store my TPN intravenous feed.
We arrived to be greeted by the Festival Spirit Team and volunteers and wow, the facilities blew our minds. The atmosphere was incredible, the music, arts, dance, activities and attractions were fantastic, we had such a great time.
Her talk was interesting and informative, thought-provoking and entertaining in equal measure. Jess really got the audience to think about how — and why — we think of disability as inherently negative when actually it is a part of the natural diversity of the human form and experience and that it can be used as a tool for creativity and a platform to do incredible things.
Jess uses her tics as a creative tool which she shares with others to do the same. Then I got to meet her — and she recognised me from online as we have mutual friends — most prominently Kirsty Liddiard — and often move in similar online circles.
If I think I'm living my life to the fullest by ignoring all opportunities and instead playing with LEGO all day, then I am, in point of fact, living my life to the fullest. – ЯegDwight Apr 25 '14 at Maybe living a passionate life has nothing to do with its length and everything to do with its width. Here's how Tiny Buddha's friends live life to the fullest. Menu. Living Life to its Fullest “Carpe diem” is a Latin phrase that is commonly translated as “seize the day.” Many poems contain ideas that are similar to that of carpe diem. They discuss how one must cherish every moment of his or her life because life is limited and will eventually come to an end. Andrew Marvell’s poem, “To His Coy.
That was one of my top highlights, meeting her. For once in my life, my ability to do something was not negatively impacted by my illness and disability.
I was just the same as any festival-goer. I was a young adult for the first time in years. This was despite the fact I was on intravenous Antibiotics for the sepsis and kidney infection I developed the weekend before WOMAD, on top of all my usual needs.
My illness was barely noticeable. And not only that, for once I was not in any way defined by my disability, by me or by others. I felt so free. I felt like part of something bigger.
I felt accepted, welcomed, embraced, valued and appreciated. It really was a pivotal experience in how I perceive myself. With the progression of my condition at 14 I lost who I was; my identity, my hobbies, my hopes and dreams, the goals I had set and the future I had planned for myself.
For 5 years, I was completely lost. A transformative experience, as well as an enjoyable one.Its also a symptom that you’re not living your life to the fullest – people who are fulfilled can celebrate other people’s success.
People who aren’t fulfilled fill up their emotional void through negative emotions. 8. Don’t be a crab in the bucket. Live Life Quotes from BrainyQuote, an extensive collection of quotations by famous authors, celebrities, and newsmakers.
"Live life to the fullest, and focus on the positive." - Matt Cameron. If I think I'm living my life to the fullest by ignoring all opportunities and instead playing with LEGO all day, then I am, in point of fact, living my life to the fullest.
– ЯegDwight Apr 25 '14 at Maybe living a passionate life has nothing to do with its length and everything to do with its width. Here's how Tiny Buddha's friends live life to the fullest. Quotes about Living Life to the Fullest Live Life to the Fullest Quotes.
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Don't hold back. Be curious and adventurous - live your life to the fullest. If I think I'm living my life to the fullest by ignoring all opportunities and instead playing with LEGO all day, then I am, in point of fact, living my life to the fullest.
– ЯegDwight Apr 25 '14 at