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Thursday, March 21, 2013
You & Spring After Car Accident
Enjoy Springtime while recovering from a collision. Just being outdoors can make you feel better
SEATTLE (ESTRA) --The Spring Season is a
time for planting seeds in your heart, mind, or body. These seeds
bear fruit in ways that help to support you, family, friends, or even
strangers, although different than the type of seeds placed into the
ground. They improve the human condition, by how we teach, learn,
and grow in our world.
Spring is a time to re-embrace life. Seeds of integrity,
values, and support germinate behaviors that create content of character.
Clearing away cobwebs of car accident memories, misfortune, pain, suffering,
sadness, and grief. Wiping away or transforming those negatives
conditions in your life, by making a choice to create a new season, a Spring
Season. A time of year to washing away tears, drying eyes and replacing
them with a glimmer of hope. A hope that says, “I can move forward”
regardless of life issues.
tragedies of the past. Apply them to
transform life.Use them to protect and
inform.For example, choose an Employer or Insurance
company that has a track record of paying out Long-term Disability Claims, and
do not seek to eliminate them after the first two years, or by not paying them
at all.Seek those who are known for
treating people with respect and dignity when injured, making a conscious
decision not send people who relied upon them, into poverty because of
loopholes placed in policy or employee contracts.They refuse to keep Disability Short-Term or
Long-Term benefits for themselves, knowing families will go hungry, homeless,
and lose self-respect or esteem, acknowledging this will be the consequences for their actions.