bballmypassion
bballmypassion:

Sometimes I never understand why bad things happen to people who don’t deserve the heartache…I sympathize with those people… I have a deep compassionate heart bigger than most… I love harder than most especially if your someone I really care about… Just know things will get better and I’m in your corner praying for you❤️ #mythoughts #fridaywisdom #compassion #love #prayerchangesthings 🙏

bballmypassion:

Sometimes I never understand why bad things happen to people who don’t deserve the heartache…I sympathize with those people… I have a deep compassionate heart bigger than most… I love harder than most especially if your someone I really care about… Just know things will get better and I’m in your corner praying for you❤️ #mythoughts #fridaywisdom #compassion #love #prayerchangesthings 🙏

juneleighton

juneleighton:

This one?? EXACTLY RIGHT. Print it out, pass it around. It’s a short fast read. Thank you.

"The grief we feel over the life we’ve lost may re-emerge now and then…indefinitely…Grief comes in waves, and so it can arrive unexpectedly. One moment, we can feel accepting of the changes in our lives. The next minute we can be overcome by sadness. And it can be triggered by a simple interaction…

Most of us cherished the independence that came with good health. We find it embarrassing to have to continually depend on loved ones to do so many things for us, from cleaning to shopping to supporting us financially…

[W]e don’t think we should be chronically ill. We live in a culture that repeatedly tells us we need not be sick or in pain, even though in the United States alone, 130 million people suffer from chronic illness. My loved ones accept my illness and yet I still can find myself embarrassed in front of them about the fact that I’ve been sick for so many years.”