When I said in the early 1990s that I was “a fan of the apocalypse” and that the end of the world was near, I was not kidding.
I wanted to die as soon as possible, I told myself.
Then I got a call from a friend.
The end of this world was coming.
I was at a conference.
My friend said, “You’ll be fine, I know what’s coming.
And that’s how I survived.
I am still here today.
As of this writing, my last day of living is October 29.
The world has been changed, and I am still the same person.
But now I am in a much better place, I can move forward, I’m stronger and more determined to live.
I think that if we can all look beyond the immediate present, we can find ways to move forward.
We can look ahead, to the future, to our futures.
I have seen this with my own eyes.
I can see a world that is far better, far more prosperous, with far more hope for the future.
I don’t know what will happen next, but I do know that if I am honest and honest with myself and my family, and if I stay true to myself, I will survive.
And I have to stay true because I cannot be in a situation where I can’t take care of myself.
I am not a doctor.
I cannot diagnose.
I do not know what my body will look like or how my body is going to respond.
But I know I will live my life to the fullest.
This article was originally published on March 26, 2018.