• Sagi Sagara

Flu

A couple of weeks ago I caught a cold. Had a fever and the body ached. The thousand daggers in my throat, the burning puffy eyes, the blocked nose, the crippling fatigue.


And that was just a flu - many people deal with so much worse, especially now with the outbreak of Coronavirus.


In the throes, I couldn’t imagine what it was like to be healthy. I could scarcely remember what life had been like 2 days ago when I was laughing at work and sleeping soundly.


So with the newly identified Coronavirus where people around the globe is worrying, I am so thankful for my health.


My health has allowed me to go to work, to enjoy delicious food, to walk on foot, to run and do basically anything.


What has your health allowed you to try, to see, to share, to create?


~ Peace out, beautiful human ~

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