Growing up as a kid, teaching was a far fetched career until i attended an institution which offers specialized studies for pupils wanting to delve into the field of certain Arabic theological sciences. While spending 6 years in that institution my life goals changed. I decided after graduating i too would love to teach... (I … Continue reading 5 ~ Destiny by divine mercy ~
This is not my writing, it's an extract from another author (cannot recall who) I read it somewhere a while back & thought it'll be good to share as a piece of motivation. When you feeling low and your weakness begins to show causing tears to flow, remember your Lord knows When no one understands, … Continue reading 4 ~ A promise never broken ~
Stepping back into time ⏱ At the age of 13 in the year 2009 I encountered my first migraine attack that lasted a period of 2 days. Life continued normal thereafter until a week in 2011 came where I had the common fever, flu. As I stood up to go to the bathroom I felt … Continue reading 3 ~ Mountainous rewards – Part 1 ~
I invite you to watch Dys "movie episode". None of the content produced is fictional. In fact, they are my real life scenes which play new ones on a daily basis. I hereby remind readers: The blog is not for name or fame Nor any type of monetary gain There are no ulterior motives Only, … Continue reading 2 ~ Watch dys movie episode ~
November is Caregiver Awareness Month, when we honor the people in our support system. Three years ago, on this blog, @aBodyofHope named November 13th, Caregiver Appreciation Day, otherwise known as Supporter Appreciation Day!
On this day, we can reflect on the ways people around us make life a little bit brighter!
It’s rare to find those who care, even after tragedy strikes. In crisis, our circles tend to thin out, and only the very special remain in our lives, trying to fight along with us. We try to convey how much we care as often as we can, but words can feel inadequate at times to express what their presence means. A sweet little reminder always helps to drive the point home! 🙂
Your support system may include a friend, your spouse, a family member, a physician, a home care nurse, a neighbor, an online support group, or…
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"She does not look sick" One commented "But you look perfectly normal" The second commented "Doesn't look like she has the flu" A third commented.. I responded with a smile Reminding myself to take it as a compliment; that despite the ongoing internal dysfunction wrecking havoc, I'm able to look completely fine, & portray "this" … Continue reading 1 ~ You do not see ~