One thing I learned about this journey of living with this condition is that it opens your eyes wider then they ever been. It also makes you see life different and appreciate it more. So you start eating better,excerciseing more, You stop the harmful stuff such as drugs n multiple partners and pick up the good stuff that I mentioned earlier. One thing that added to my life over the last year is getting to know God and how thankful I am that he is apart of my life. Despite me being gay despite the color of my skin despite what I am living with. He has humbled me and show me how to let go of worldly things to pick up my crown that hr has blessed me with and Noone can say different cause God crowned me.
I was looking for solutions and anwsers since my diagnosis and it was it front of me the whole time. How hard is it to call on the good name of Jesus. God showed me how to love myself the way he loves me not man. God blessed me with an extrodinary annointed man of God by my side to help me with both journey living for God and living with HIV.
As we take this long journey I pass a bridge which makes me think of the things we have come over, as I look out and see the leaves on the trees it makes me think about the things we left behind, when I feel the air against my face it makes realize the freedom we have accomplished, when I see a wall its one more thing for us to come together and conquer, the water flows downward like our doubts, and suspensions ,when I look over our journey we have conquered alot and came to far to go back and we have that much more to go to add to our list.