Smiles for all

I see the word prosthetic leg is getting a lot of searches on the internet to get to one of my posts. It’s interesting. Differences tend to concern some people. Differences tend to help others thrive. I’ve had MS for 23 years. Good thing I know who I am and am comfortable with it, otherwise “society” as a whole would make me question me with their discomfort. Maybe this happens to you?

My best advice. Know who you are. Cultivate it. Do what you like. Smiles are good. In the process, learn and teach and help others. It is empowering to be helping others with a challenged circumstance. Then, others tend to be inspired by your efforts and a win-win occurs. It’s all about win-win and smiles for all.

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