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Not for this world

I am not made for this world. I don’t understand the ways in which it works. All of the hate and the pain is too much for such a kind soul to bare. I was made to love unconditionally, to show this world the light of the one who’s love is greatest. One day soon my savior will call me back to him and I will once again be washed in the purity of the spirit. Until then I must hold the hurt of this world inside and turn it into something beautiful. I must teach those around me to love the way that we were intended to. I must not be afraid to give my heart to those who need it for only through love can we change the world. So to you I say, may you live to love one another. When the world seems dark, be the light for those around you. Your heart may be broken and your kindness may be rejected but you should continue to love anyway. For only through being the example can we truly teach other. Words are shallow but actions are deep. Be the light you wish to see and soon the whole world will shine so bright that the darkness will have no where to hide.

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Back in Action

Sorry for being away for so long. The struggles of life tend to weigh me down at times and I find it hard to continue to write during these times. I want to get back into a routine of writing at least weekly for you.
Ok, now that I’ve gotten that out of the way it’s time for some exciting content!
I don’t know how you all do birthdays for your kids on the spectrum. But I do know that it can be a challenging affair since a lot of kids on the spectrum have a hard time making friends and may even have a hard time with all of the chaos that comes along with having a party. For this reason, many ASD kids don’t get the same appreciation that other typical kids would have on their birthdays. Recently I found a Facebook page called Project A Birthday To Remember. If you want to find it just search the name on Facebook. Once you like the page you see posts from them on your timeline. This page gives you names, pictures, and info for kids on the spectrum so that you can send them birthday cards or presents. I sent a couple of cheap gifts directly from Amazon recently and can I just say that it made me feel so joyful to be able to give directly to a child on the spectrum. They will never know who I am or even be able to thank me but I know they will get something they like ( and we know how hard it is to find things out ASD kids will like) for their birthday and can know that someone out there is wishing them a happy birthday. I highly encourage you to join the page and send a birthday card at least. It’s good for the soul!
Sorry so short today, I’m just getting warmed back up! As always comments and shares are greatly appreciated.

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