Floating between nations as an Autistic émigré and why failure is no reason to quit Click here for Audio version, read by author I spent a day last week in total shutdown, unable to speak or interact with peers, seeking only the deep pressure therapy that my Autistic body needs when it is overcome by… Read More Without a Home
It is a busy time of year for many walks of faith. Today is Good Friday for the Christian community and only a week since Passover, a Jewish centerpiece of faith. The Hindu faith celebrates Ram Navami, a day of reflection. Spring is a time of renewal and rebirth, which many faiths celebrate this time of… Read More Do I have to credit god?
I recently created a wall tree in my room where I can scribble thoughts for the day. I am on a new adventure as I impatiently wait for my entry to Canada. Being able to live in slight discomfort means I grow just a little bit each day. I like it. A few friends asked… Read More Words of the Wall Tree
I live in the land of in-between. It is a desolate place that is uncomfortably wedged between charity and respect. An unscheduled stop on the road to independence where many people with disabilities find themselves abandoned. Few of us arrive by choice. The land of In-between is where people with invisible disabilities live like stray… Read More Why Don’t You Just…Be Like Everyone Else.