The bigger picture

If we were to think about the bigger picture and relate that bigger picture to everyone’s life and circumstances, where they are in their lives and why they think and behave in a certain way, we would certainly learn to be less critical and judgmental of them and their behaviour.

We would get to see the bigger picture, when we look at what they’re dealing with. Unfortunately though, we tend to judge people and their circumstances, when we don’t completely understand …

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27 Oct, 2013

Poignant memories

I was grocery shopping the other day when I came across a mum and her three children. One child was very young, so was being pushed around in his pushchair and her other two children were walking behind her, messing around.

The elder child had his arm around his younger brother’s neck and when he complained to his mum that his brother had tried to strangle him, their mother told them both to leave each other alone …

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26 Oct, 2013

The universal laws

I’m not sure how old I was, when I began to understand the universe and its laws. Whether we believe in the universal laws or not, their laws are there to bring us back into line. It’s like a thread. It weaves its magic and works with us, whether we’re aware of it or not. It listens, it hears, it acts.

When we convince ourselves we can’t do something, the universe will always conspire to make that happen. When we tell ourselves we can do something, the universe will conspire in the same …

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25 Oct, 2013

Psychological challenges

I know that living with Cerebral Palsy has always had an affect on me psychologically. It’s not just a physical impairment, but it’s a mental one too. The problem is people’s understanding of what I deal with, how and why.

I will try to peace together an explanation of what I go through emotionally with Cerebral Palsy. For me I am hoping it will go some way to explain why fatigue has always played a big part in my life …

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23 Oct, 2013

Mango & pineapple sorbet

Mango & pineapple sorbet

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When you really fancy something that’s not quite ice cream and not quite Italian ice, sorbet is the perfect solution!  Sorbets are usually dairy free with a much lower fat content than ice cream and often made with a fruit base, so sorbet can also a great diet treat.

Ingredients:

1 medium chopped banana

1 cup of mango, cubed …

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22 Oct, 2013