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We Made it to the Top!

enjoying the view

We made it to the top, taking breaks along the way and taking turns carrying the little guy. His low muscle tone and leg braces made it a work-out for everyone. It was a steep rocky hike, maybe a mile to the top of the mountain. The view is beautiful. Kids big and small love it!

we made it

family fun

This post is in response to: On Top | The Daily Post.

view from the top

my boys
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Love, Support, Educate, Advocate, Accept… by Liana Seneca is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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Not Giving Up

It’s something I struggle with. Something worthwhile for everyone. It’s advice that’s easy to give but much harder to take (Isn’t all advice that way?)

So why would I give up on myself – even though I’ve never really given up on anyone else? Even when I’ve lost all strength, I pray. Even when it seems like I just don’t care, silently I pray. We all fall short. I’m painfully aware of my own failings in life.

It may not always be the prayers of my youth, or formal prayers. (There is a time and place for everything.) Some days it’s just a positive thought I send your way. Some days when the pain is too great, and I can’t find my own words, it’s more of a chant or a meditation. Sometimes it’s long and repetitive like the Litany of the Saints. Some days it’s short and sweet.

Some days it’s a quiet walk enjoying nature, that renews my strength.

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Why then do I give up so easily on myself?

It’s a question worthy of asking…

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