Out of Hospital…



Annie from Australia here!

You are Unbelieveable!

Now before we begin…

Grab a glass of water …or your favorite beverage-  I’m drinking filtered rainwater…Listening to Music for the Mind…

Let’s take a moment for some perspective… stop and breathe.


Months went past and it was time to go into the hospital for surgery.

When your given the choice of life and death – faith plays an important part.

Originally I was to have 2 operations 12 months apart and was to not hear anything in that ear for the 12 month period.

The Specialist explained when they opened me up, it was worse then they had suspected –

they had to replace all the bones in my ear…

So they did it all in one go.

No waiting the 12 months, No 2nd operation! Hurray!

I was grateful, it all went well.

And the good news is –

I can still smile – on both sides of my face 🙂

I got out of the hospital bed and started walking out, walked into a cement post, but that’s another story.

I realized, I had faced death, and Survived! –

Thanks to the amazing work of the Doctor & Surgical Team.

 I looked around and no one noticed how grateful I was!-

The nurses and the doctors were busy getting ready to help the next person…

everyone still seemed to be stuck in everydayness – 

I wanted to shout I’m ALIVE!

How are You going to appreciate you life? – Let me know how you appreciate your life?

One way is to think of 5 people/places or things you appreciate now!

Create a great day!

Annie Born

Embrace, Encourage, Empower!

Remember – Caring for the Whole World Includes Caring for You!

Congratulations! – On Taking this moment just for You!

Stop by again tomorrow!


8 Replies to “Out of Hospital…”

  1. A happy conclusion to an intriguing story. You are an inspiration!

    Cherie Miranda

    Holistic Health Expert

  2. I was delighted to read how well everything turned out for you! “Stuck in everydayness” – yes, a nice of putting it! I like your suggestion of thinking of 5 things we appreciate right now. I’ve been doing more of that recently and I find it makes a big difference in my life. Thanks for the inspirational articles!

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  3. This has been a great story. It does seem amazing that most of simply take each day for granted. There is no greater gift than life itself.

    I recommend to people that they start each day with a few minutes of quiet reflection and write down the top 5 or 10 things for which they are grateful. This starts your day with a sense of wonder and appreciation for what you now have.

    Thanks for sharing this story from your heart.

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  4. Sometimes we have to go through some difficulties to be aware of how precious and valuable live is…
    Thanks for sharing your story!

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  5. Annie, when it comes to having to make a life or death decision it must be a difficult task as well as deciding to live.
    Scott Sylvan Bell
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    Now go implement!

  6. That must have been a very scary time of your life – so young and having to make a “life or death” decision. I can only imagine the relief you must have felt when you found out you didn’t have to have another operation in 12 months.

    Stay Amazing and Do Great Things, Neil

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