Silvia es una mujer que trabaja. Ella vive en silla de ruedas y tiene un 50% de visión. pero con la luz de su espíritu y su voluntad de vivir da de comer a sus dos hijos junto a su esposo ciego.
In King’s Day children are offered a gift, as in Christmas.
Am I my country, that girl from the US? No. Am I my class, that girl who thrived in a loving home? No. Am I my family, mother, wife, daughter, sister to two handicapped brothers? No.
There comes a time in one’s life when one is very young, gets sick, gets temporarily or permanently disabled or grows old, therefore care-giving is needed at one point in everyone’s life.
Sitting in on the Physiotherapist and Prosthetists/Orthotists Training Workshop at Veterans International, I listened as the team members presented their case studies.
Two days after my accident, bruised, concussed, and propped up in a hospital bed, I received a phone call from the guy I had been dating.
How do one start this story? A story so personal, thought provoking, it sends down shivers and forces out tears from my eyes.
This is what I wrote to a friend I met at a seekers of refuge retreat at Hollyhock, BC, she shared that she made huge changes in the last two months
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