cropped-health-breathe-002.jpg  Were you in touch in 2014?

By in touch I am asking if you were friendly, acquainted with your life, your COPD?

In my life, my travels within the year of 2014 has been many things and nearly every one of those things was affected by my own battle with my COPD.

I know my travels this past year were enlightening, challenging, frustrating, humbling, painful, fruitful and above all well worth every minute of it.

I know my travels in 2014 were full of lessons regarding my COPD and lessons of life itself and what it is doing with me.

Many areas of my life from this past year will, over a period of time, become writings and sharing of those many lessons for those around me and those within my circle of COPDers.

I will write and share because when we share and become willing to open ourselves up – we become more humble and much more accepting of where we are at with our own individual battles with COPD and life itself.

Sharing is also a way for which we learn – not only from others but more about ourselves, and the more you learn about yourself and the path you are on the better that travel will be.

So again I ask and look forward to reading responses either on this blog or within the pages it is shared the following:

  • > > Were you in touch with 2014?
  • > > What in your 2014 travels touched you and your COPD battles the most?

Reflections--HappyNewYear--003  That is all for now, and as I look forward to hearing and/or reading responses I do wish to all a very HAPPY, BLESSED & STEADY BREATHING NEW YEAR!!

As always – if you or anyone you know have any symptoms involving lung and breathing functionality, and they linger over and over while disrupting a lifestyle – then please ask questions and get it checked out.

Remember always that without breathing a person is without life itself.

With that I bid to all – smiles, prayers, blessings and steady breathing – Mr. William.

(Copyright@2014, CrossDove Writer)

(Image used cleared for use by and/or