Of allebei? Woensdag zagen we ‘De Slag om de Westerschelde‘. Goede film. En aangrijpend. B merkte op dat de film afweek van andere ‘grote, vaak Amerikaanse films’. Die films laten meestal de goeden en de slechten zien. En er komen vaak helden op e voorgrond. Goede en slechten laten zich in de film over de […]
Like preparing a meal, doing the laundry, ironing. She always tells me when I invite her for a cup of coffee. I cannot do lots of things. And thanks to my illness and thanks to mindfulness I don’t have to do lots of things! You know what? I am happy for that. A psychologist at the MS-center I am going to asked me to cooperate in events for MS-patients. She asked me if I am prepared to tell my story as an ‘expert’ in having MS as well as being a teacher is mindfulness. I said yes. And I was thinking about what mindfulness has given me.
It still does all the time. I don’t have to do a lot. Yes, of course the reason is that I cannot do a lot of things. (I have secundary progressive MS). MS sucks, yes it does. I think that if someone must not do a lot mindful thinking can help her or him to be happy, here and now.
My mother is happy
I am sure of it. I know it because she thinks it is necessary, so…
I know the experience of the moment (this is educated in mindfulness training) can help us all to feel happy at that time at that place.