Every day I set aside time for contemplation, some call it meditation. It re-centers thoughts about myself, and how I fit into this wonderful world of ours. Although I've seen the term "me time", it often works the opposite. By focusing on what's important in life, we grow strength in ourselves through how we touch the lives of others. The internet surely has some junk out there, but also wonderful sources of information and inspiration. It's great! Here's a video link that reflects on Hope.
The reflection and inspiration is why I really like to put the Pacific Light DVD in my Recovery Gift Basket. Yes, the doctors have to do their thing, but there's so much more to healing the body and spirit after a cancer diagnosis. Finding peace and new purpose in life is one of the cancer "silver linings" we hear so often from survivors.
OK - enough serious stuff for today. How about those Bald Headed Blues?!