Hi everybody! I am Michelle from MichRx.com. Happy Monday to all of you, I am coming to you from the perfect venue to meditate and give you some words of wisdom, here in lagoon beach. This is where there are pelicans on the rocks behind me and the quite still Pacific Ocean…This is my blog post for today and I’m titling it “Mich’s Monday Mantra” which will be on my dailydose blog (www.thedailydose.com) and MichRx.com (www.MichRx.com) which I am going to bring you every Monday with some word of wisdom, things that I have come up with, for you to enjoy, things to think about and things to provoke thought.
Try to reflect on what had happened on Japan when they had a disaster facing tsunami. If you lose hope, somehow you lose the vitality that keeps life moving, you lose that courage to be, that quality that helps you go on in spite of it all. It’s about finding hope or keeping hope no matter what and no matter when things happen in our life. For, indeed, it is never too late to hope.
On Friday, a terrible disaster happened on Japan, many people died and for those lucky ones that had the chance to live, we’re homeless. I felt and saw those earth movements, those huge universal vehicles and I looked at those who are living with HIV. I looked at the devastating earthquake like as you were getting your diagnosis to your HIV diagnosis for the first time. Sending cracks and ramifications right through your body and the feeling of complete despair and of no control, literally it’s the earth moving under your feet. Which was followed then by a huge devastating tsunami and what you can only imagine is like the feeling of desperation, fear and disbelief in getting the HIV diagnosis. But I want you to know that there is hope and there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Living with HIV means you have to take your medicine everyday and follow your routine and be involved in everything that’s going on with your health care. We must know that this is manageable, you can live with HIV, you don’t have to die, look at the people around you, everyone who surrounds you could be the reason for you to live, a lineup of people that are before you, help you in this time of need and help you through with the disease progression living with HIV and doing your own medications. Monday Mantra is about finding health and vitality even while you are living with the HIV and even that you have to take your medications. MichRx is the tool then to find about things that can help you to live healthier and feel better on day to day basis. This will be our first Monday Mantra. So, till here, This is Michelle of MichRx.com.