Living in the Moment

Monday blue doesn’t just apply to working people only.
For a patient who requires weekly blood test, I detest Tuesdays.

Because the blast cells have entered the blood stream, and it’s still growing in numbers.
Because if leukaemia continues to thrive, chemo and transplant is inevitable.

But if the blood test shows stable blast quantity, I’ll have another week of happiness!
But if the blood test shows stable blast quantity, I’ll have another Tuesday blue.

Living week by week.

I can’t confirm my attendance for gatherings or friends’ weddings that’s not within this week.
I can only confirm meet up after Tuesday’s blood test, when I’ll know if my immunity is okay.

Living week by week.

I don’t know if I’ll get to use my passport if I renew it.
I don’t know if I’ll get married and start a family.
I don’t know if I’ll get to chase my dreams.

Life is so much full of uncertainties.

We can’t control every thing.
But we can control our emotions and attitude.

 Life is not for us to dwell on the past.
Life is not for us to worry about the future.

Life is living in the moment.

One thought on “Living in the Moment

  1. evey

    plus… there’s so many people around who accepts your past, supports your present and encourages your future. ^^ Have a great weekend ahead!

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