>Day 3 of ‘Disease Week’ on the Napkin Dad Daily. Think
of a doctor, nurse, or patient you know and forward these
to them. The ideas are good for you, like Bran Flakes, but
in color and on a napkin and inedible.
Are you training for when you have a disease? Are you practicing being
positive, realistic, disciplined, persevering? Are you building your sense
of humor in the face of bad times? Are you teachable about what you
are going through, what direction you can take to improve your chances?
Just as with any new challenge that comes upon us, if we practice who
we want to be, it will be much easier to be that when the moment comes
when we need to act in the best possible way. Being prepared for a job,
a marriage, a tragedy or a disease, whether yours or someone elses, isn’t
impossible. We can’t be completely prepared, but we can prepare as best
What are you prepared for?
quote by William Osler, Canadian Physician, 1849-1919