February / March #68 : A Daily Affirmation

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A Daily Affirmation

Feed Your Head

TO: President George Bush

Puppet Masters

License to ddI

Longtime Companions: Tips For Two

You Sexy Thing

Indiana Jonesing

The Hanging CHAT

A Play In the Life

You Schmooze, You Lose

I Want My HIV

Speak Out

Once and Again


Redemption Song

Art from the Heart

S.O.S: Mouth Off

Zen at Work



Suck It Up

Comfort Zone

His M.O. is Her N-0

Sean's Trough Luck

Soul Survivors

Dyke Strike

A Rage to Age

Blood Brothers


02.16.90 Radiant Baby


Total Discord

Choosing Our Religion

Dogma & Devotion

The Brain Drain

Liver Lovers

Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle


Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV

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February / March 2001

A Daily Affirmation

I am grateful today to be alive.
Let me live each moment of this day attentively,   
   consciously and intentionally, with an open mind 
   and an open heart.
This day let my hopes for healing of mind, body 
   and spirit become visible in my life.

I am grateful for my body, for each breath I draw, 
   for the blood in my veins, for the cells of which I 
   am composed.
May I treasure this body with every act of eating, 
   breathing, sleeping, feeling, lovemaking, 
   exercising, and with every pill I ingest.  

I am grateful for the people I know and have 
   known, friends and lovers living and dead, those 
   I love and see, and those I love and no longer 
   see; for love that is stronger than death and for
   love that never ends.

Each day help me to connect with the diversity of 
   human creation, young and old, positive and
   negative, every race, gender and orientation.
Keep me passionate and engaged in creating a 
   world of justice, free from prejudice and poverty, 
   where everyone is valued, loved and free.

May my awareness of mortality inspire me to live 
   abundantly, here and now.
May I live in expectation of a cure for HIV in my 

Let my life be a prayer, my dreams a reality.

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