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When cornered, previously folded, now raise.

by Contemplative on January 25, 2014   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


With strong upsetting emotions, the cataplexy associated with the narcolepsy had my knees buckle and legs fold.

No longer.

Not letting my emotions, positive or negative, win the hand. Instead, I choose to raise up, take a chance, and praise my Higher Power.

Bookmarking this one for future reference when feeling down.

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