There is no right formula for Life except to live it well as can be.
Living well has no formula either.
It is unique to every individual and without judgement.
My sister has stage 4 cancer.
She ate very well, a vegetarian and conscious eater for many years.
There were bad moments in her younger years but those habits stopped when she made a decision to come clean.
My father is 94 years old. He has been in dialysis for 7 years now.
He’s practically outlived most of his good friends.
He has surpassed the life span of dialysis which usually works up to 5 years.
My good friend Anette was only 44 years old when she passed away.
She was an amazingly good hearted and good natured person.
Although she had a weak heart and was on dialysis as she had lost both her kidneys.
She’s had a few close calls with life before she eventually passed away.
So, I ask myself, “what is the right formula for life?”
Eat well, live a healthy lifestyle? Be a good person with a good attitude?
My father, being a doctor of medicine, ate everything that was not good for the body but to date shows no sign of giving up on life.
My sister fights for her life everyday as she battles cancer. It’s like walking on eggs every single day.
My friend never stood a fighting chance when her heart caved in on her. She suffered and struggled for months.
As I put the year 2020 to a close, I asked myself, “what is the right formula for life?”
I don’t have an answer to this question, however, there is only one thing I know for sure.
That is, placing GOD in the center of my life, every single day that I begin and end my days.