Tuesday, March 30, 2004

In my journey to be an honest clicker on this blog spot, I also share stuff with you that I am sensitive about. That is because, sometimes, the text is affirmative towards me - like this.
If you do not like - please forgive.

"A few years ago I was really ill with RSI and faced the prospect of giving up my work but with a good physio and determination I came through it, held on to my job and became a YMCA Gym Instructor. While I am not presently able to devote time to the latter activity it enabled me to help so many people. My work in that role is not over, merely on hold. I will return to it, hopefully working with special needs clients when my life enables me to acquire the additional skills required.
I am pleased that you have returned to some of your passions and the very rewarding work you have devoted your life to. Our youth are our future and I cannot subscribe to the scrap heap mentality. Everyone can be brought back from the abyss (as I was with RSI) and go on to achieve their potential within society. The human spirit can beat all the odds but sometimes it takes someone as special as you to equip a person with the tools they need. Like you my purpose in life is to enable others to be the best they can be. In order for me to do this I need to be the best that I can be too."
Keith P .......... with permission.