As Mercury begins to slow down toward going direct on Friday, I have come to some conclusions about the issues facing me. I have decided to keep writing this blog, and writing it for myself, even though the things that make me laugh may not make you do the same. For survival's sake I have cultivated a rather bizarre and macabre sense of humor that I understand may make others wonder at my sanity.
I hold myself to a higher purpose, that of writing a spiritually uplifting memoir, to write of things I endured and things that kept me sane. I have seen so many things in my short life that sometimes they blend together, but not for one minute do I regret any of it. Yes, I have made decisions that hurt others but they were the best decisions I could make at the time. I will not weep over them any longer because life is too short to live it in the past.
I found my Faith so many years ago and have, as intended, been subjected to trials and more trials to see if it were true. Those who think that once you have accepted the Divine, it's clear sailing ahead are in for a rude awakening. It is in the joy of surmounting challenge that we find our most precious moments, and the genuine substance of our Faith.
So, I will reach back and find those moments and the moments that caused me to laugh. Without a sense of humor there is no point to the rest of it and I shall never lose sight of that...