According to the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a report of a man apparently lying on the ground with his head in his hands after a hit and run.
The man was able to get up, but was unconscious again for a few minutes, and police say he may have suffered a broken nose. No charges have been filed as of yet.
As you probably know, there is a chance that lying on the ground with your head in your hands can be fatal. A few years back, a man named James D. Haney was convicted of that crime. Haney had to be hospitalized after he was hit on the head with the fire truck and suffered a severe concussion. If you are ever in that situation, just take the time to write down notes and reminders in case you need them.
It is a shame that these types of accidents occur so often, but we do have a tendency to focus on other things at the time and forget that we’re the ones who are actually making it worse. It’s important for us to remember that we’re not the ones who need to be taking care of ourselves. It’s never too late to start changing our habits and routines.
I’ve been there. I had been in a similar situation and just put it on my never-ending to-do list, but I’ve been doing it for years. I finally started getting serious about it and I’m still here. I think I’m getting better each and every day, and like I said, this is not an overnight deal. I think you have to start somewhere, and I think you’re the one who has to start now.
It is true that we can start small, but we must start big. We have to make a commitment to ourselves to make this change. We must set our house on fire, jump into the deep end of the pool, and walk across the street in front of the entire house. These are the steps to self-awareness. We must be willing to take our own lives, if necessary, because we have the power to do it.
And by the way, I’m not talking about suicide. I’m talking about taking one’s own life, so there. But I’m talking about self-awareness and a commitment to change.
And by the way, it’s worth it. If you don’t want to step on the toes of your colleagues, put that in your diary.
You know, some of us think that we are so valuable, we are so important, we are worth so much more than anyone else. And this includes our colleagues, friends, family, and the world. We are all a part of a greater whole, and we all contribute to that greater whole. We all work for the good of the world, no matter what.
We don’t deserve to die.