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Maybe you were the fun-loving friend who was always the last to leave a party? The strong and energetic woman who ran marathons and took lessons in communication or French cooking in the evenings? The person with the broad shoulders who was a great listener and said yes every time your boss asked you to work overtime? But now you have fallen ill, and you have learned that you are unable to do what you used to. Not even if you want to. It can be hard when an illness or injury causes an involuntary change because suddenly you get a role you did not ask for. Moreover, you realize that life can change in a second, and for the first time in your life, you may understand how important it is to live life to the fullest and enjoy every second.

— Jeanette Kildevaeld

Jeanette Kildevæld Your Are Worthier (7)