The more I think about life, the worst my migraine gets. It is so bad that I have to wear sunglasses to stare at the bright screen of my computer or I would feel nausea. How many of you have encountered this experience of acute brain ramming headache when you sit down and decide on what you have to do with your life? After all, this is the normal progression of the human life cycle where you would start with birth, education, career, marriage, purchasing a home, having children, career development, child’s education plans, entrepreneurship, retirement and finally coaching the next generation to take up your businesses.
On top of that, you may even have the daily, weekly, monthly or yearly worries of footing all sort of bills of which medical bills ranked the first position as age catches up. Life can be so challenging. It is always filled with many surprises, options, choices and twists. No matter how organize we are in planning our life, our needs changed drastically due to certain circumstances and situations. One moment things will be moving so smoothly without any hiccups. The next moment you might be in a traumatic stage that you would not want to be alive.
Being given the opportunity to live on is God given but yet we are still not spared from the grasp of the Angel of Death. The word might sound taboo to many but we have to face the fact that every being that are brought into the world would someday leave the world. Nothing stays permanent. Looking deeply into the unknown with the wildest imagination can sometimes be a headache. Worst still if you have not even start planning your life at all.
“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail!” This is what made me having my migraine now because I have wasted many precious years not having any plan and now I am struggling to plan my life all together. No wonder my doctor put me on Botox for migraines as it surely gave me lots of mental relief. So, start planning your life now as you would not want to end up just like me.I'm thirsty for a drink now. Would you be kind enough to treat me?