Every once in a while, I hear the story of someone with a rare health condition that prevents them from having a regular life.
Some of these require regular hospital visits, others involve allergies to foods whose availability and consumption we take for granted, and others mean dealing with life threatening situations frighteningly often.
Every time I hear such a story, I’m reminded of the impact dumb luck has in our lives. Being able to worry about things outside of our health – our careers, our hobbies, and the like – is a luxury that is only made possible by good health.
And, if we’re blessed with that luxury, we have much to be grateful for.