I vividly remember sitting in the doctors office with my mother and listening to the doctor who is a neurosurgeon. He had circle glasses, a white coat with his name embroidered in blue writing. Dr. Ripkin I believe his name was. The doctor was doing a series of tests, checking my reflex in my legs, checking my eyes, and ears. All the good stuff doctors do during doctors appointments.
If I remember correctly, I asked him in so many words when will I be able to walk again? He looked me in my eyes and said “ You will never walk again. You will have to use a wheelchair for the rest of your life.”
Then I said to him, “That’s your opinion.”
My mom and I went home and immediately I went to lay down and went to sleep. The question is WHY?
What are some mountains you are facing or ignoring?
1. Opportunity: The question I began to ask myself, what is this experience trying to teach me? I soon realized adversity is a teacher and is developing so many things inside of me like:
What will the best version of yourself look like?
2. Speak to YOUR Mountain:
Imagine what will happen when you are kind to yourself and speaking words of affirmation.
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