Monthly Archives: January 2012

Position of helplessness

Thouht Yesterday, I was very sad. I did not know why. About a hour or 2 later, I realized it. I was put in a position to feel needy, helpless. Now, I try to be independent. I am not stupid. … Continue reading

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Seesaw of emotions

thought Where you ever right before? Stupid question, right? How did it feel when you were right? This is why others judge you. They want this feeling of being right. People think being right is limited. They think … if … Continue reading

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Empowerment

thought I am in a wheelchair scooter and I usually open my own door to go into stores or places. I held the door open for a walking person the other day. Someone said to me yesterday, “let me hold … Continue reading

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It all adds up

Thought Sometimes life seems so BIG. It seems too out of reach and too BIG to accomplish. The old saying is How do you eat an elephant?  one bite at a time. When a project is too BIG, I try … Continue reading

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Gratitude

GRATITUDE I taught Sunday School yesterday. The class was prayers. I taught the children they could pray a Hail Mary type prayer or Just talk to God. I asked them what are they grateful for…some replied bikes, toys, etc. Then … Continue reading

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Thank you, Zoe.

THANK YOU I met my friend, Zoe Nicholson, at Rollins College. Zoe is an activist and a feminist. Zoe fasted for over a month for Women’s Rights. She was honored at Rollins College by the Deans, faculty and staff, and … Continue reading

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The helping door swings both ways

LEARNING As I explained to my first graders in Sunday School today, the helping door swings both ways. What do I mean by this? Sometimes you are helping and sometimes someone is helping you. This is OK. I asked them … Continue reading

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