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This journey we call Life...

It’s inevitable that at some point in this journey we call life there will be a life changing event. It may be your marriage, or the birth of your first child. Perhaps it will be overcoming some great trial, like a serious illness or life-threatening addiction. For many it is the loss of a loved one, through death or separation. Often it is the experience that brings you to a faith in God, or that "something bigger" than all of us.

“Even though we know this dynamic to be true, we still seem to get caught in the hypnotic, erroneous notion that if we just got rid of some issues, altered some circumstances, manifested some increased success or changed some specific situations in our lives, then, we'd be happy, peaceful and relaxed (or whatever it is we say we want to experience.)” (Opra Winfrey)

“During bad circumstances, which is the human inheritance, you must decide not to be reduced. You have your humanity, and you must not allow anything to reduce that. We are obliged to know we are global citizens. Disasters remind us we are world citizens, whether we like it or not.” (Maya Angelou)

LifeOur experience of life (grateful, worried, peaceful, angry, excited, sad, alive, depressed, joyous or anything else) is much more of a reflection of us and what's going on within us, not a reaction to what's going on around us. We've all had many times in our lives when things were going great on the surface or we accomplished or experienced some wonderful external success, only to feel a sense of disappointment or sadness underneath because whatever it was didn't satisfy us at a deep level. And, on the flip side, most of us have had moments of incredible joy, excitement and bliss that weren't directly connected to anything worthy of these feelings externally.

There are different changes that we can encounter in our lives and we can reflect it through some quotes about change.  Sometimes it comes as a shock and we are not prepared to face it. However, sometimes the change can be gradual.  There are times that the changes can make us feel sad such as travels confronting broken relationships, making tough decisions or sudden tragedies.

Despite the fact that these changes can be hard but most of the times it’s all for the best. If you want to accomplish something, we have to make some changes in our lives. Whatever changes we can encounter in our lives, we must know how to deal with it. The previous quotes about change can help us in coping with life’s changes which can affect our future.

You may be thinking, "Well, that’s true, but actually you’ve had more than one such life changing event." Great! Not, "great" in the sense of celebration if any of these events were painful and traumatic, but "great" in the broader appreciation that such events have for stretching us and helping us to experience the fullness of life. You see, we experience that fullness even through loss. Perhaps it is especially through such loss.

Those of us here at Web Chronical want to provide our visitors with basic knowledge and the legal tools to assist you in preparing for some of life’s journey. Additionally, we provide you with some Black History and some news that could be of importance to you.

We are not attorneys and we are not offering legal advice. The “smart, self-help” forms provided here-in are those that most adults should have in-place. Such as a Last Will and Testament  Power of Attorney and for those with significant wealth a Revocable Trust.  All of which can be prepared by themselves or trusted others. The forms provide suggestions for each entry and are very low cost and absolutely legal without the expense of a lawyer.

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