Saturday, January 11, 2014


 Change your attitude, look past yourself and deliver the care your child needs.  Remember it's not the caregiver who is sick and needs help it's the patient.  We have to move past anticipatory grief, spend time with our children that is where our healing lies in the time we spend with our children.  

All that we are is the result of what we have thought.
   – The Buddha
"Our destiny is in our own hands. Since we are formed by our thoughts, it follows that what we become tomorrow is shaped by what we think today.
Happily, we can choose the way we think. We can choose our feelings, aspirations, desires, and the way we view our world and ourselves. Mastery of the mind opens avenues of hope. We can begin to reshape our life and character, rebuild relationships, thrive in the stress of daily living – we can become the kind of person we want to be." ~ Eknath Easwaran

"The door that locks you in, is also the door that lets you out."-Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

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