Mrs Garland’s gift. ‘Take everything with both hands and ask for more.’ Sometimes in life, a fortunate stroke of serendipity might allow us to encounter profound wisdom in a quite unexpected place, and moments like these only later reveal themselves as seed for hope. Such was my good fortune one sunny morning when I was... Continue Reading →
This extravagant gift of life. Wildly beating just a little bit longer. — Song of the grateful. Twenty years ago I started a journey of grace and healing after a diagnosis of Severe Aplastic Anaemia (Bone Marrow Failure). Today, someone I love very much starts a similar journey. I am reminded, once again, of the... Continue Reading →
Some things are more beautiful simply because they are over. We survived them. And therein lies the beauty, and the relief. - Trials.