So many things can and do go wrong.
Things happen every day that we don’t expect, that we don’t desire and that we wish just didn’t.
We don’t get to choose or control all of the events that happen to us and for us.
When we are still and can accept what happens, we are usually surrounded by love and light that comfort us, when we are open to receive it. This is the amazing side of life that feels like a miracle and is awe-inspiring.
Such is the case for us right now as we sit and wait for Juliana’s eye to heal. I know this isn’t the end of the world, but it has stopped us from carrying on as usual. She is suffering and I am waiting by her side, supporting her and providing around the clock care, as we wait for healing and to know the results from her injury.
We did not wish for nor plan for this to happen. Accidents happen. Life happens and it’s up to us how we adapt and respond.
There is good in everything. We just have to see through and past the pain to see and feel the good.
So many people love us and support us through kind words, gifts, visits, phone calls, food and prayer. Thank you friends and family.
It’s love that binds and connects us to each other and helps us endure pain and suffering.
I know our story is not the only story like this, and that ours is so small, yet it is still our pain. I am not complaining. It just is.
Love permeates the world and I see how love shines in times of trouble.
I’m watching the love from Australians supporting Muslims through the simple connection of offering to ride the tram together. #illridewithyou as the deadly siege occurred yesterday.
I’m watching the support and love flow for the tragedy in Pakistan. #prayforPeshawar #peshawarattack
“Smallest coffins are the heaviest!! May the innocent souls RIP.” #PrayForPeshawar
We remember the tragedy in Sandy Hook two years ago this week #SandyHook.
And I’ve watched the love and support flow in after my cousin’s tragic death.
Love is an amazing force.
Humanity has no borders.
Spread love, BeLoveRs. Keep shining your light. You make a difference.