Day 107

People will do just about anything for you if they feel an oneness with you – that’s what I learned today 🙂                          

It’s 8: 10 PM on day 107 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to brush my teeth, feed myself Plain yoghurt  for  breakfast,  tweet about my Clean Water For All Campaign for a few hours – 66 days and counting till the close of my campaign – God help me! –    feed myself mash potatoes for lunch, go watch Due Date at the Hemingways Mall – it was a funny and heartwarming tale of a man racing against time to make it to his wife’s side for the birth of their first child – I  REALLY recommend it to anyone in desperate need of a laugh – go to the bathroom by myself – it ended up being more trouble than it was worth – the back of my t-shirt fall into the toilet water and my mom had to help me change LOL 🙂 –   feed myself Chapati – an unleavened flatbread – and mash potatoes    for dinner  and  exercise for 15 minutes – I was SO tired that I didn’t even want to do it 😦  

 Today as we –me and  my sister’s best friend’s father – entered the movie theatre we couldn’t help but notice that the two seats next to me were taken  which meant that my sister and her best friend couldn’t sit next to me but as luck would have it one of the woman had been wheelchair bound for a year due to a stroke so  the  two of them offered to vacate their seats for us and as they got up to leave  I realized that the secret to getting people to do what you want lies in making the other person see themselves in you.  Have you ever done something nice for somebody else because you saw yourself in him/her? 🙂    


2 responses to “Day 107

  1. Such simple truths you embrace. You are so loved.

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