In life people enter our life and we may not know the reason why at the time. They may appear for just a while or they may remain a constant in our life. However, these people help shape our lives, give it purpose perhaps but the special ones certainly make a difference.
As I have discussed frequently the past few weeks it is not the length of the friendship but the depth, the kindness the person may extend and how they encourage you to broaden your own horizons.
Over the years of freelancing I have worked with some amazing people with creativity and talent that I hope in some small way always rubs off on me. Some clients we are glad when the assignment ends whilst others will end up being friends outside of the work we do with them.
This week I am remembering a very special lady who it was a real privilege to spend time with and I will cherish every experience for a long time to come. As a result of the opportunity I have been able to, expand my own knowledge, help other families and gain a valuable insight into the challenge of living with dementia.
In life whatever we are doing we should endeavour to make it count, make us reflect who we are and how we can improve the lives of those we also touch.
Have a great weekend fellow bloggers and my great followers be inspired, be positive and keep healthy.
4 thoughts on “Special people”
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What can appear difficult to many sometimes just needs to be put into simplistic terms. My posts are purposely generalising some days so my readers can take from it what they feel applies to them. I am writer first counsellor second maybe!!
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My ‘info’ comes from years of experience, being an observer of life and helping thsoe in trouble try to make sense of things. Study more…yes and it’s never too late to do so speaking as a mature student. Good luck with your own endeavours for self development.