A Change In Attitude

Many happenings in my long life have resulted in me changing my attitude. As a child I had developed a dark attitude due to my mom and dad divorcing when I was 5 years old. I felt emboldened and secure in this rationale reaction to what life had handed me. My mother was extremely unhappy and wept often. Her palatable feelings that she had ruined my life by her actions surrounding the dissolution of our happy home were unfounded but created a visible emotional wall that I felt I must react to. Later, I willfully made the decision that I would seek the sunny side of life and the positive and the fulfilling and eschew the natural negative.

Later in life I became convinced that I would settle for a passable employment and not set my sites to high due to my lack of education and my mom’s admonition that I should study to be a barber or be happy to dig ditches for the rest of my life. I quickly discovered that neither of those options were appropriate for me and that I had a plethora of opportunities in front of me…if I chose to avail myself of their availability.

A Covid vaccine will change your attitude. Suddenly you can see the forest for the trees. Your future becomes unobscured and the ability to move forward with your life is in HD Resonance. We are turning the corner and we will be able to return to a new normal that will be cognizant and contain the emotional depth of our pandemic experience…and we will move forward into our future…arm in arm and with the indisputable understanding that we are all brothers and sisters in the same family…

2 thoughts on “A Change In Attitude

  1. Life is much the same for man and chimpanzee a one-way ticket and no guarantee, we have to make the best of it, and change is inevitable. I for instance did not start college until I was made redundant (when Thatcher closed down all the heavy industry) I was 49 years old at the time, only wished I had done it sooner, collage then Uni was a breath of fresh air for me.

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