“To live greatly we must develop the capacity to face trouble with courage, disappointment with cheerfulness and triumph with humility.”

My little Eden, enjoying flowers again..."flower" was her favourite word until her speech declined rapidly mid way through last year.  Now, with access to language again through amplification of hearing aids and sign language, she is signing "flower" at every opportunity.  Another example of "hope" being translated into reality. It's also totally heightened my awareness of the beautiful little treasures of nature, placed along my path as an "I love you" message from the One who crafted each and every one.

My little Eden, enjoying flowers again…”flower” was her favourite word until her speech declined rapidly mid way through last year. Now, with access to language again through amplification with hearing aids and sign language, she is signing “flower” at every opportunity. Another example of “hope” being translated into reality. It’s also totally heightened my awareness of the beautiful little treasures of nature, placed along my path, as an “I love you” message from the One who crafted each and every one.

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