Fight to Live in the Present

Fight to live in the Present

I struggle with this every day.  I lost my health for working for money.  Living without the money is a challenge but worth the cost to reclaim my health.  I’ve exhausted and depleted myself by worrying about my future those I love.  I’m fighting to live in the present.  I fight every day, all day long and into the night.  I want to experience living again before I die.


Author: Undeniably Sara

Chronic Illness is a relentless beast gnawing away at the soundness of mind. Resilience is a powerful weapon and must be nurtured.

7 thoughts on “Fight to Live in the Present”

  1. Hi Sara! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog. Gosh, it sounds like there are many intersections between our stories. And reading the words of the Dali…like fresh air! I have undying respect and admiration for him. (I suppose “undying” came from something he said up there. 😉 There seems to be SO much wisdom that has been shoved under the carpet just to clear the way for “progress”. It is inspiring to see you forging onward, sharing your hard-earned lessons. I am looking forward to reading more of your posts! 🙂

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  2. I am unable to live post the possibility of how I may or may not feel each day, sometimes I reassess this multiple times per day. When you are in “survived” mode or “recovery” mode it’s so difficult to see anything other than that. 😵😞😰

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  3. Hello friend
    Thank you for dropping by my site today, I appreciate the follow, looks like I’m already following you. Sounds like we share similar struggles. If you need a site for support or just to read what a team has to say, drop by Survivors Blog Here. I’m a co-founder, you’ll find all my work there and on my site.
    I’m here if you need to chat.

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