Loneliness is one of the worst epidemics within the elderly population of today. It is not a disease but it’s effects are killing many. The most common one is depression. For many years I volunteered to visit the elderly as part of Pastoral Home care ministry. Unfortunately I became sick and had to stop. … Continue reading On Volunteering
There have been so many disasters in our world these past weeks that is difficult not to be emotionally affected by them. I have honoured them with silence. I couldn’t find words to express how i felt but I am finally embracing these tragedies. First there was hurricane Harvey that flooded the southern United States … Continue reading Caring for others
Trying to keep going despite all the desolate news...
There are many people living their lives to please others. I remember in my teens, i lived according to the rules of society. Do this, don’t do that, wear this and that and so forth... Most of those years were reduced to pleasing people, actually living the life of others. Because I was born in … Continue reading Be yourself
Today I learned a lesson about trust. It’s difficult to believe that at my age I am still being fooled... but believe me, until the day we take our last breath, we will be learning new things each day. Today was a bad day, tomorrow will be a new one filled with wonderful possibilities. It … Continue reading
Even though life is good for some of us, there are times when we can get really moody or pissed off and totally mad at the whole wold. I am a very sensitive person and when there is any sort of disagreement or misunderstanding between a loved one and I, it breaks me. Not many … Continue reading On depression
I have been married three times. The first mariage lasted 3 years, the second 5 and the third 30. Today, after spending 30 years together, my husband and I have a loving, strong and healthy marriage. During these past 30 years not every thing has been sweet, we have had many times when life was … Continue reading On Marriage