- I can choose my family.
- True friends will help me when I am in need … but they all don’t step up in the same manner.
- My needs are not always obvious; sometimes I have to ask.
- The younger members of my family may not value what I have preserved for their posterity … and that is my issue, not theirs.
- I have everything I need to enjoy the rest of my life.
- Change is sometimes pretty tough.
- Loss is tougher.
- There is truth in Edith Wharton’s words: “There are two ways of spreading light: be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.”
- I no longer need my writing to change anything — I just know I need to do it.
- I am not defined by my mistakes.
Bonus Truth: Everything I know to be true for me is worth saying out loud.
What do you know to be true for you?