Such a heartfelt, deeply moving talk!
When Breath Becomes Air – a recommended read by Paul Kalanithi
Resilience does not mean bouncing back to where you were before or pretending like the hard stuff isn’t hard.
Overcome with deep grief but inspired to keep their spirits alive through good works- we do the little things that may spark a smile, some love, hope!
We teach our children how good it feels to give to others without expecting anything in return, so that they will continue to keep their loved ones’ spirits alive! The love we used to feel in their presence, sitting around a Saturday home cooked dinner, laughing, eating, playing and talking — we feel the rhythm of love, the fellowship of togetherness- all over again- when we spread hope into the world.
Love will always overcome evil
My hope is you find something that inspires you to keep their spirits alive- to keep the love. Those who are gone and looking down from heaven- make them smile when they see your good works, your efforts to keep their love alive!
Wishing you a Happy Halloween!
Our new friend, Judith from Texas sent us 36 adorable hats for babies in the NICU.
We are so grateful she found us and sent us her creations! These will keep little babies warm and families smiling, knowing that people care!
If you want to get involved, join us- spread hope and love throughout the world! For details, please visit our Get Involved page.
Our good friend, Donna sent us 25 hats of all different sizes, cute colors and designs
Her lovely note reads:
Not only do you inspire me to keep going on many a day, but the notes from other people who send hats add to the inspiration and stay with me long after I read them.
I love this community!
We are so pleased to have such a great, inspired community that truly want to make a difference in the world!
Our friend Cheryl from Woodland Hills, California sent this box of adorable hats.
Her note reads:
Thank you for providing a thread of life to tie on to in the quest for touching hearts and hands in the struggle to battle all diseases. It takes a village and your blog provides for reaching so many. I am thankful to share stitches of love to warm, cover and bless precious life.
Her note is perfect and words are so inspirational!