What you take for granted
The “what would you miss” thread gave me the idea to ask the question more widely that is what do you take for granted?
Maybe it would be a nice idea after sharing something to agree to try not to take it for granted going forward?
Before I made my discussion thread about not being able to drive too well I think I took it for granted that I can actually drive at all. When a few people posted that they don’t drive at all I figured I’m lucky. Looking at it more widely, not just r.e. driving, I think I need to appreciate what I can do in life and build on that rather than focusing on what I can’t do.
Sorry if the thread is a bit cheesy
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