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Final 120 Days

Nature is beautiful and challenging

This Opossum has an open wound on it’s back. It’s chances of survival are at risk. Photo: yesterday morning during run.

Nature is beautiful and challenging.

Survival of the fittest (strength and intellect).

An incurable, but not terminal, human disease challenges a human to stay strong and smart about their disease.

While some incurable diseases aren’t terminal, not staying strong and smart can lead to other diseases which are not only terminal, but carry a high percentage mortality rate, like colon cancer for example.

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Staying Motivated

Nature doesn’t intend to be heartless

vultures drying their wings
Yesterday biking home from the barbershop – vultures drying their rain-soaked wings.

 

Nature doesn’t intend to be heartless.

While nature is literally barbaric, i can’t fathom that nature is vengeful.

It’s simply a matter of daily survival.

Animals are highly motivated to feed themselves every day – and not get eaten in the process.

What about us?

What are we highly motivated to do each day?

It certainly doesn’t revolve around scavenging for sustenance.

 

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