Our hands may be small. Our voice may be soft…just a whisper. Our imperfect caregiver circumstances limiting…but each of us has an incredible gift and privilege–the ability to DO SOMETHING POSITIVE!

Tiny stitches make up a garment. Tiny stitches hold it all together. Tiny hands sew and patch it. Tiny hands take care of it.
In Care-giving, “It’s a Small World!”
Every time our small hands reach out to help, hug, pick-up and fix, we bring help to the helpless. When we fold our hands and pray, speak from the heart, open our mouth and say: “PLEASE God Help!” “I LOVE YOU!” “DON’T Give Up!” “YOU CAN do it!” “It will be OKAY!”…our little voice speaks. (A little voice is better than no voice.) Keep speaking for the voiceless among us! Everyone deserves a voice. Everyone deserves hope.

Hope is being heard and understood. Hope is being helped and loved. Hope is knowing tomorrow will be better than today. Love, hope, help, all start at home. We can make a positive impact each day in our own reality and community. We can bring positive change world-wide. It starts with a whisper…and ends with a scream! Can you hear me? I can hear you. (In care-giving, it’s a small world!)

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