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Half-Full, Half-Empty Cup: A Conversation With Mariah

“I do not look at my glass as half-empty, I look at it as half-full”.

For others, having a disability is the end of the world. 382 more words

Downtown Vancouver

Lost Boy

Lost Boy by Tim Green, Harper, 2015. ISBN: 9780062317087. Reviewed by John R. Clark, MLIS

Ryder and his mom live in New York. They’re happy, but just get by on the money she makes cleaning toilets. 438 more words


Morning Prayer 4.13.15, Monday in the 2nd Week of Easter

The Rev. Debbie Graham officiated today and did a great job pinch-hitting for Clint – who was able to join us midway through.

Playback our recording here: 2,897 more words


Loss of Funding=Loss of Independence for Some?

This week I found an article that was a bit concerning to me. Many efforts have been made to de-institutionalize people with disabilities but this article seems to want to take a step back in time. 372 more words

Morning Prayer 13.4.15, Monday in the 2nd Week of Easter

If we walk in the light as he himself is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin. 2,850 more words

Jesus Christ

In Defense of Year-Round Schools (aka there's too much left to do before summer)

Spring is in the air! The weather is slowly starting to warm up, little green buds are sprouting on the trees, and my allergies are starting to kick in. 847 more words

10 things to never say to a person with a disablity.

1: You’re so brave/inspiring!

At its most basic roots, this is meant to be a compliment. I’ve heard people use it to say that I should earn bonus karma points because I’m legally blind. 1,184 more words

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