pished tonight, stoned too, more than in a long time.....
logged in and 'well being' caught my eye
what is well being i pondered deeply before realising my empty glass
took me right back to last month, ex called me, a hospital experience with wee one....
When your in a room one minute with a nurse then she leaves the room and 8 people come back in a tizzy, then a minute later your in ambulance, blue lights etc, you shit yourself.
Ultimately nothing other than a virus, no issues.... but when i pondered 'well being' all i came up with was my well being aint about my well being now.
Its dependent on the well being of others....if those you care about are well, thats all you can ask for really, Just a thought, shared among family
I should really get a short story maybe a chapter in Dr Fis next audio book with that offering
First off: a huge thank you to Marky for starting this thread; it brings home the reality of what's important in life.
Posts and stories, such as STG-l shared with us above, show the value of having a group of trusted friends we can open up to; people with warmth and humility to spare, coupled with a generosity of spirit
As always, when STG-l opens his mouth, nothing but commonsense, allied to the wisdom we expect from our Inverclyde Noisers, is there in all its glorious clarity.
The well being of others? Yes, there can be no doubt the health and well being of those we love affects us all in many different ways.
At present I have two brothers and a sister with health problems of the kind nobody would wish on his or her most despised enemy. They need help; so, of course, everything else gets put to the side, and we as a family just pull together and provide that help.
I'm actually spending most of my days between Glasgow and Renfrewshire. That's not a complaint; it just so happens to be what's needed, so, it gets done.
I guess it could be said I'm seeing life's inevitable down side. The passing years sometimes bring along unwelcome attendant miseries.
There is, of course, another side to life. The limited time I get to spend with my five grandchildren these days is the most perfect antidote to the depressing lows brought on by the illnesses of my siblings.
Apologies if I'm goin' on a bit here folks. Just life I guess!
Good health, and good fortune to all of you.