By Esther Bender
In a distinct selection of brief writings, meditations, poetry, own pictures, and machine photographs, the writer stocks with readers the best way she copes with the disabilities concerned with Parkinson's ailment. She recommends writing mishmash that allows you to care for any emotion-laden taking place in lifestyles. She stocks along with her readers the discouragements and highlights of a existence with Parkinson's sickness and claims that existence continually has which means. photographs of pottery by means of Lynn Lais aid to hold the metaphor of the grasp Potter shaping the clay--human beings.
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Now I know you were answering my prayers, preparing me to leave this town, to seek help elsewhere. Now I know you planned for a pallidotomy surgery for Parkinson's. A pallidotomy! It gave me back my self-control! My social life! My calmness, my joy! I never thought that I'd be grateful for such a frightening time, but I am. Thank you, Lord! Thank you, Lord! '' Often we delay our action, lacking a solution, till God provides direction. Page 32 A Loving Presence, a Spirit of Adventure The Pallidotomy Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore.
Stand up, take your mat and walk. John 5:8 Page 37 Look for Ability, Not Disability The Disabled and the Astilbe Who is disabled? We are all disabled: high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cavities, overweight, underweight, needing hormones, needing exercise, heart disease, poor eyesight, nearly deaf. Flawed. The astilbe! Delicate and perfect! Flawed? Not the beautiful astilbe! Oh! But I see, a bug crawls there. Flawed. Watch the bug, and it's flawed. Watch delicacy, and it's beautiful. Our flaws loom large in our eyes!
The artist's style evolves. Long after he is dead, collectors talk of early work and late. The artist pushes to excel, one piece above another, and over time emerges a pattern of design and decoration. Well-made pieces gain in value as pieces break. His pottery grows scarce. This potter has a hand that's free. A line around the top, then falling swirls in flowerlike cascade, as though a lilac drooped its head and then curled up. There are no flowers in his work, no animals, no plants, or trees.
A Cry from the Clay by Esther Bender