Can I Pray Real Quick

from Seven Says

Seven Says Lyfe Does Get Better

Dear whoever, I want to pray for me, my mom and my city. I pray that I will one day walk without assistance.That I can do shit on my own one day..you know gain back some independence. I pray for peace of mind. I pray that my back n shit don’t hurt when it rains. I pray I wasn’t in so much pain. I’m grateful for the little shit now..you know the stuff I took for granted before..like walking. Man, I felt like this body was straight stupid..gon give up on me while I’m young n using it, man I hated this body it was useless. But yo I gotta live with it now. I’m still Ny, it’s just that my body is down..but I pray every night..can you hear it..will my prayer ever be answered? it’s okay I probably needed 100 and only prayed 70, is it ite that…

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My blind eyes

from Author Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson

Why do you look so sad? Your eyes have many dry tears…Why don’t you see the way I see your life and mine? Why is so hard for you to feel the warmth blood that runs through your veins? My eyes are blind, but I wish for you to see what I see.. wake up my dear!! look around you.. You have many wonders,I see it very clear and very shiny everyday near you.You have the freedom that I wish to have some day…b1339b11459722c0c7788def0e47bb63

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Philosophy

from melisdvash

Wheelchair Traveller

One hand.

Sometimes I type with one hand.

Or like today,

With one finger.

My thoughts,

Which used to rush out

Like a river in full flood

Stayed only by the speed

At which my fingers could

Fly across the keyboard.

My thoughts

Come much slower now

And deeper

With persistence.

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Independent motion – can you help?

Help Nick live his dream!

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

What would you give to make a dream come true if you woke to find yourself living a nightmare?

What would you feel if you could never again walk on a beach? Or go out alone in the snow…feel the stillness of a wood or cross a field?

And then, you found a way…

In 2009, my son was a successful young man with a bright future… until he was stabbed through the brain in an unprovoked attack and left for dead in an alley.

He was found almost immediately by passers-by who saved his life. By the time we arrived at the hospital, Nick was being prepared for emergency brain surgery. We were allowed to see him, for a few minutes, to say goodbye. He was not expected to survive…


Over the past couple of years, many in the blogging community have come to know my son and know…

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