How I got to where I am now, and where I stand today.
I would never be this far without you.
I’ve just returned from a trip to Afghanistan, and I wanted to share some of my experiences and insights on the challenges that come with serving a country, and also the joys of the work that goes into them.
When I was a child, my father, who died when I was just a baby, was a doctor.
When I was nine years old, he died of cancer, which I had a hard time accepting at the time.
He was an incredibly brave man, and he had a gift for telling you what you should think about a particular topic.
He taught me to be curious, and this is the same thing that I try to teach my children: curiosity.
It’s something that I do every day, and it’s a way of living my life that I think I can learn from him and inspire others.
There’s a lot of things in life that are hard, and we’re all in it together.
There are so many things in the world that are really important and meaningful, but we can’t really do them unless we put effort in to them.
You see, it’s not easy.
There’s no magic bullet.
It takes a lot to be happy, and there’s no one who can make all of these things happen.
That’s why I don’t get frustrated when I’m not able to go out and do things for myself.
It doesn’t mean I don, however, miss the time I spent with my family, or the days spent reading, cooking and baking.
I’m always happy to see people enjoying life, and enjoying themselves.
One of the most important things that I can do is to keep my mind open, and focus on what I want to accomplish.
In this way, my journey has allowed me to learn how to be more appreciative of what I have.
I love people.
I adore them.
I don´t get distracted by their superficial appearances.
I have such a strong sense of my own worth, and the value that I attach to my work, and to my relationships with other people.
If I were to ask a question, I could tell you that I have a soft spot for people, and that I am genuinely appreciative and grateful for what they give me, and for the time that I spend with them.
If I had to give a quick anecdote, I’d like to give you a story about the moment I first met my husband.
My wife and I were at a restaurant, and a waitress asked if I had any food left.
I said no, but she suggested that I should ask my husband, and then she left, and my husband and I started talking.
He had a look of gratitude, and asked if he could give me a hug.
I did and he took the time to sit next to me and give me his best hug, and made a big show of it.
I think he was trying to say, “I know you love me”.
He was not really trying to be nice.
He really felt the love and respect that was coming from him, and was really, really happy.
I can see why.
That’s the kind of person I am.
It is hard to find the happiness in life.
But there are ways of finding that happiness that are very easy to achieve.
And in a way, there are also ways of being happy that are difficult to achieve, that we need to understand.
I want you to take a minute and think about this.
You are the person who gets to choose whether you are happy.
What do you want to do with your life?
Do you want a lot more freedom?
Do we need a little bit more of the independence that we think we deserve?
Do those of us who do not have this freedom really want it?
It is really important to be open about the choices that we make.
And I think that’s where the joy of life comes from, is when people are open about what they want.
So I encourage you to go back to your roots, and find something that is so important to you that you will give your life to.
You will love it, you will enjoy it, and you will be proud of it, because you will find a lot about yourself that you can share with others.