Though I have been practicing for weeks if not months to walk my cane instead of walking with the support of my cane, it remained buzzard to walk down the street without the cane in hand and it remains to be more effortful. As a result, I cut down on the distance I traversed today to accommodate the change in my routine as per da Purta Plata Principle.
Three reasons why walking seems to be more strenuous without the cane:
- When carrying a cane and even without using its support all the times, it provides a sense of security when walking. As a result, the simple fact that the cane is not there when needed (which happens) makes me feel more tense and, I guess, makes the body more tense as well.
- The aforementioned psychological factors do have its basis in reality. Though nothing skinny, I can be easily knocked down when people brush through me because I do have problems with motor control.
- After using the cane to help me walk around for the past two years, I think the body has developed the "caned" habit. The body is having confusions on how to walk. 8-O lol I would simply have to give the body its time to find its path to walk.
Whether the day will come or not, that's not my business now since- what good does it do for me such to entertain? To stop me from working better at walk simply because it might be a dream never to be fulfilled? I do know that I have to proceed with cautions. In addition, the next phase... living with semi-invisible disabilities and the ensuing unfolding....
It's only the beginning of a new beginning. The never-ending pursuits in life!
Yet, without the cane, today at large I walked!