Life lessons are things we learn from past experiences of sorrow and regret. This cite seems as a family pacers. We can all relate and some ways depend on each other. Everday, I think how fortunate I am to be alive, and to have a heart problem. It seems strange to thank God for such a strange thing. To thank him for heart problem, but my pacer has taught me the most important life lessons even as easy concepts they are that does not mean we all grasp them.
The biggest pacer life lesson to me is:
Just because people see you at a disadvantage does not mean you are, it just makes you wiser to see what they dont see.
We are all very fortunate. I hope you all may see, we are at a advantage. We see the unseeable. For an average person the unimaginable and we should bare our "burdens" proudly. We our pacer people and we our at an advantage. If you open your eyes you'll see, we truly our. Many of my peers see my heart problem as a burden but I see it as my greatest advantage, and disadvantage at the same time to some.
My pacer and parents have taught me so many lessons. My pacer has impacted my life in such a grave way its like something i cant live without--literally--but can never imagine myself without.
When you recieve your pacer as an adult, it is seemingly your greatest disadvantage--but as for me, i'm not an adult quit yet. Through it i have decided my career, found myself, decided how i want to leave my mark in the world, conquered what people make see my disablility, found the true people who love me, and found not to judge others harshly.
I hope you all find or have found your pacer life lesson. I certainly am finding mine, little by little.