Broken Bodies, Broken Minds, Amazing Spirits

Half the spiritual life consists of remembering what we are up against and where we are going. — Ayya Khema

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Inspiration of the Day:
“Yesterday I went to the nursing home to visit my step mom’s grandma. She just got out of the hospital recently where she underwent some serious operations. I wanted to surprise her after work so I stopped by for a quick visit. When I got there she was happy to see me. We hugged, kissed and exchanged greetings. Then I heard a woman crying. It was my great grandma’s roommate. The curtain was drawn so I could not see her. She started calling out a name that wasn’t mine but she was definitely talking to me, begging me to go to her side of the room. I ignored her at first and continued visiting with my great grandma. Then she started begging and saying, ‘Please, come see me!’ So I went to see her. When I drew the curtain back she looked so old and frail but flashed me the biggest smile!” So begins this real world kindness story.
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Be The Change:
Call or visit someone undergoing physical or mental healing.

**Share A Reflection**
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