“Inside my brain, I feel different today.”
“I don’t know what I feel or how I feel.”
“I just don’t like the difference that is present today.”
“Today is another view into the future of living with dementia.”
To not know what you feel.
Nor how you feel.
You might look at this quote as a spiral downward into a mental state of which there is no return.
But not so, for some.
There is always tomorrow and better days which are ahead.
You just have to look for them.
“Tomorrow is another day, and hopes that the difference will not be present.”
“I do not know my personal path in living with dementia; neither, do I need to know it .”
“All I know is, this will pass; and, there will be better days ahead.”
What a positive upswing.
A one hundred and eighty degree turn out of the pit of despair.
How is this possible?
The next section we should all take note of.
“The most important thing to me is that I can face tomorrow through my faith.”
“Thank you God for always being present during the victories and the storms of life.”
“Ecclesiastes 7:14 – When times are good, be happy; but when times are bad, consider this. God has made the one as well as the other. Therefore, no one can discover anything about their future.”
Words outside the quotation marks?
Words that matter, inside the quotation marks?
Mr. Robert Bowles, sixty seven years old.
Registered pharmacist, RPh, for forty two years.
Pharmacy owner and operator for thirty eight years.
Overcomer of dementia for two years.
Even dementia can not defeat a man of strength and of faith.