Potter shaping a ceramic plate on a pottery wheel "So Miriam was kept outside the camp for seven days, and the people waited until she was brought back before they traveled again." Numbers 12:15 To be numbered as the chronically ill often can mean a transition into frustration. We can not do what we want, … Continue reading Being Sick
With wheelchair users making up only 5% of disabled people it has become a poor way of acknowledging those of us with a different type of disability. More than 1 billion people in the world are living with some sort of disability, according to a new international survey. That's about 15 percent of the world's … Continue reading There’s More Than One Billion of Us!
It seems like bruises are part of life's gift package to us. Dancers are some of the most talented people I know. Their gracefulness can be seen both on and off the stage. A dancer's training is far from easy. By choosing to become dancers they have made a decision to absorb pain. Their … Continue reading Dancing With Bruises
Quarantines are a real possibility, even in this day. A quarantine is imposed when disease is contagious enough that it would harm a society: Measles, Smallpox, and the recent Ebola Virus are just a few physical diseases where strict isolation must be imposed. It can be severe--- an epidemic, with desperate consequences if not … Continue reading Quarantined, for His Purposes