Theme: Things I Find Beautiful in My Everyday Life Despite the Pain
Living in pain can be difficult, and it’s easy to fall into despair. We start to think that the world is a dark and ugly place, yet it can be so beautiful at the same time. What are some things that you find beautiful in your everyday life, despite all the pain and suffering?
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“The sound of the birds singing, watching flowers coming into bloom, feeling the sun on my face, and my little boy’s beautiful smile which just brightens up my day.” – Emma Gregory
“What I find beautiful…my children playing.” – Surviving as Mom
“The love my boyfriend Pascal and I share. The innocent silliness of my companion budgies. The vibrant green of the budding trees and grass outside the open bedroom window; the fresh green smell on the breeze that flows in!” – Janessa Culliford
“Being an educator, both to my child and others. Teaching children gives me resilience, perseverance, faith, and hope for the future.” – Kat Gensler-Nic
“The beauty of my little boy growing up, and experiencing everyday things which I love to enjoy with him. They distract me from my daily struggles with MS.” – Natalie Jennings
“I have a lot of butterfly memorabilia in my bedroom which is a reminder that something beautiful and vibrant can come from an end of an old life or something dark. A symbol of hope.” – Rhiann Johns
“Books I find inspirational as it allows us to be transported to new places when we are physically unable to. They allow us to live experiences that we may never get a chance to participate in otherwise.” – Rhiann Johns
“The selflessness and kindness of my family and partner. The joy my little budgie and dog brings. The occasional flowers I buy and arrange for myself!” – A Chronic Voice