This is how I feel after I publish a post.
It’s that moment, right after you hit the publish button. When I write a post, in the back of my mind, I know people are going to read this.
In my blog, I have been writing about a subject that I am very passionate about.
Let me rephrase that, it’s not a subject, it’s our story.
I make it a point to write a post everyday, and now that I am in the blogging 101 course, I have learned so much.
Writing you thoughts, make you so vulnerable. You never know who is reading, what they are thinking. In my post you may agree or disagree with me. I personally write, to connect with people and to get certain feelings out.
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“Written in response to The Daily Post prompt Finite Creatures.
At what age did you realize you were not immortal? How did you react to that discovery?
I have this question, are we immortal or not.
A couple of years ago when my daughter was very sick in the hospital, I still have a hard time saying, dying, is when it really hit me, dr.’s can’t fix everything. We are not immortal. There are some things beyond our control. Only the Dear Lord knows. All I could do for my daughter at that point was to just hold on to her and tell her to hang on.
We may not be immortal in body, but parts of us can be immoral for a longer time.
If you are an organ donor, then it can happen.
My daughter Lauren, received her gift of life, a new heart. The person that was the donor, may have died, but is not completely gone. Her heart is beating strong in my daughter’s body. We pray and hope we will meet the family that gave my daughter back her life. A part of their daughter is still alive in my daughter.
So I guess I am thinking, if you are an organ donor, would you think you could be immortal.
Something to think about………
Become an organ donor today.