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Nick: A Personal Triumph over Brain Damage

He’s come back from so much
– proof that nothing is impossible with hard work
and a dream

a hand-crafted reblog adding to the What Kind of World…

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Madelyn Griffith-Haynie

STORIES: "The two grains"

Two grains…

Two grains were lying side by side on the fertile soil.

The first grain said: “I want to grow up! I want to put down roots deep into the ground and sprout from the ground. 112 more words


TRUE STORIES: "The Golden Buddha"

Over three hundred years ago, the Burmese army planned an attack to invade Thailand.  At the time, the country was known as Siam.  The Siamese monks were in possession of the most amazing Buddha statue.  543 more words


The Precipice Looms Large....Or, 24 Days Until Lift-Off

I started this blog as a response to multiple requests for me to share the stories of my adventures in India in 2013.

Little did any of us know what a unusually wild ride that trip would be. 510 more words

Accepting change, releasing limitations...

The bumblebee is aerodynamically an impossibility for flight; its body is too heavy and its wing span too small. However, the bumblebee goes on flying without limitations. 680 more words


Kelly kept active after a back injury

Thank you to our client Kelly for her kind words in this video. We helped Kelly stay strong and active, even after a back injury. Glad you’re back to normal, Kel!


How to have a healthier old age tomorrow while watching TV today!

Did you know there’s something easy and simple that you can do while watching TV that could actually keep you healthier, stronger and more mobile in your old age? 13 more words