أخذت من الوقت ثواني
حطمت جزئي الأكبر
أحسس بشئٍ ما كُسر بداخلي
تباً لها على جُرئتها
كم أحتاج من الوقت الأن
كي أستعيد الجزء الأكبر من أملي
وأعلم ما الشئ الذي كُسر لأُرممه
أُحاول معالجة الصبر
او نظرة بهدوء
يمكن أن يكون سؤال
ربما يُكلف أحد بأيصال سلام
فعل أُحب أن اراه
كل هذه الأشياء دواء يُشفي قلب أنهكته الالام وأعجزته الخيبات
لو كان كل هذا
لما كان هذا الذي ترونه بي
دواء ثم شفاء ثم عافيه ثم أمان ثم قُرب الله ثم ثواب وهذه غايتي💙
9حزيران كُتبت قبل دخول المؤذن الى الجامع وأُكملت بعد أعلانه الله اكبر ولم أوفق للصلاة
I spent most of my childhood begging my mom a for two things;
-horseback riding lessons
-an actual horse
Unfortunately, I never got a horse, no matter how many arguments I made for turning my bedroom into a barn. I did, however, get horseback riding lessons which was the next best thing.
My mom watched every lesson as her tiny 8 year old daughter, the shortest one in her class by at least a foot, got on one of the biggest animals my mom has ever met.
For the next hour, I had a grin on my face that would not waiver, even as I focused intently on correcting my horse. This enthusiasm never left. .
As I’ve grown, so has my love for animals. I haven’t ridden in years, partly due to health but also lack of resources. Horseback riding is expensive especially if you want to do it regularly, and although they exist, wheelchair accessible farms are hard to find and even harder to get into.
But when a friend’s horse had a baby and I was able to go visit him I jumped at the opportunity to get some much needed horse therapy. It was a short trip, but I didn’t mind. 5 minutes or 5 hours, I cherish every second.
This little adventure was only possible because of the medications, aids, and treatments I have been given by my doctors. When your health isn’t stable, even little activities like this are a big deal, but I’m lucky enough to know that sometimes quality of life matters more than quantity.
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Have any of you ever been through a time where you have all the motivation in the world to do something but for one reason or another just ... don’t? I have no idea why but lately I’ve been in a social media slump.. which sucks because that’s what YouTube and Instagram are. People seem to think it’s so easy to come up with a short and cute caption and post whatever. Or film a video and quickly upload. Maybe I’m just hypercritical and overthink everything? What is lifeeeee
Long story short, I’m trying to get out of this weird funk. Lots more content soon!
My birthday was in late August but it’s definitely been one of the most special and meaningful and I’m super excited to share that I vlogged the entire thing! Also cute pictures everywhere sooo you’ll be getting spammed this week 🙃 🎂
Campeonato de Andalucía Adaptado Almería 2019. 🥈 OPEN Femenino (2°)
🥈Equipos Silla (2°)
🥉 Individual Silla (3°). Muy buenos resultados para la competencia que hubo este año. Seguimos aprendiendo y sobre todo seguiremos trabajando.
Mobility dogs are undoubtedly the world’s greatest service dogs (okay, maybe I’m a little biased). But they definitely do have the most physically demanding job among the types of service dogs! Mobility dogs perform a VERY wide variety of tasks that range from pulling a wheelchair, bracing, forward momentum pulling, and counterbalance, all the way to retrieving items, turning lights on and off, opening doors and cabinets, and even helping out with the laundry! Mobility tasks can be used by a wide variety of service dogs such as psychiatric service dogs and medical alert dogs, but what sets apart a mobility dog from other types of service dogs that perform some mobility tasks, is that their job is to take care of someone who is primarily disabled by a mobility-limiting condition. So, like in some of my past SD Awareness Month posts, I talked with some fellow mobility dog handlers and asked them what was important for people to know and this is what they had to say:
@silverservicedog said that it’s important for people to know that there are different levels and types of mobility dogs such as heavy and light mobility. Mobility dogs don’t just help those in wheelchairs or who have a hard time walking, they can also help people with balance issues, give them forward momentum, and puck up objects for those who struggle with dizziness or physically can’t bend down.
@surveytheservicedog wants you to know that thanks to her dog Survey, she can leave the house safely and with confidence and that though she doesn’t put much weight on him, the help he provides is HUGE and has allowed her to live independently.
@braesday is extremely grateful for her mobility dog, Brae. She says thanks to Brae, “I am doing the one thing I never thought possible. I am able to navigate my world and accomplish my daily tasks.” She also says “What most people take for granted is what I yearn for most: the ability to be on my own” and thanks to Brae, she has definitely been given that.
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Buenos dias 💃🏾
Ja we zijn eindelijk geland, tja maar helaas het is al schemerig dus nog geen mooi uitzicht. Tja we waren ook pas rond 21:00 geland inplaats van 19:00. Ja dit is enorm balen maar we blijven hier niet lang bij stil staan want we zijn op vakantie......
So our final #meningitisawareness chat of the week is dedicated to Wheelchairs.
I sat down with Luca last week and he wanted to show people not only what happens when you are I'll but how his whole life has changed. 'Dad... Is the last one today...'
'I know handsome. Pretty cool what you've done though!'
'So wheelchairs! Why are they so important?'
'Dad. It's hard to explain. For me it's literally like my back up legs when my clip on legs don't work'
'I think I know what you mean. So talk me through your chair now'
'Dad. It's Sic! I have to have it set up a certain way and it has to look cool'
'Loving the wheels'
'Haha. That's because you bought them 😂'
'Anyway Dad. Back on topic. My chair is a rigid frame. It has a special gel seat to stop pressure sores on my skin. A variable axle that I set wide so I can corner quicker. I run traditional brakes because I use them to lever into my chair. Carbon side guards and the all important wheels. I run Spinergy LX with the most amazing handrims. They are oval instead of round and have permanent thumb guards. I always used to Jam my thumbs in rims. I don't think I could ever use another rim as they are so comfy.'
'Wow. That's allot of info!'
'I know Dad... I remember something you used to tell me '
'Disability equipment can be cool and beautiful as well as functional!
'It should... You are right. When you were 3 you had a wheelchair which they told us was cool. You hated it and refused to use it. As soon as your new faster, lighter and cooler chair arrived you jumped in and did doughnuts in the kitchen all day!'
'Thank you!' Never ever treat disabled people as second class citizens... Beauty and function do go together and are not exclusive to mainstream products... #forluca#meningitis#meningitissurvivor#wheelchair
¡Enhorabuena! A nuestro Warriors Óscar García que consigue un 🥇 en equipos (1°) junto al CTM Belcón Jerez C, en el Campeonato de Andalucía Adaptado.
Y nuestra entrenadora, Cris Rubio, que compite a nivel nacional con dicho equipo, consigue un 🥉 en Individual (3°), 🥈 Femenino (2°) y 🥈 en Equipos (2°) Seguimos aprendiendo y trabajando.
Repost by @sirene.wilde: My Birthday is coming up on the 23rd!!!! The best birthday present would be donations to my beautiful friend @shanasupreme’s medical fund as well as well wishes/prayers for her continuing recovery! Please check out the link in my bio. ❤️
🌻O segredo da vida e do crescimento não está em imaginar e planejar[..]mas em cumprir corretamente com o dever de cada momento[..] e que venha - não o que se deseja, pois isso não existe - mas o que o Pensamento eterno deseja para cada um de nós e planejou para cada um de nós desde o início🌻
"I'm too young to feel so numb, so make me feel something..." 🌙🖤
Yesterday was THE most incredible day... which included ziplining at night over the lit up Niagara Falls! 😱😍 It was such an unbelievable experience! And that was only the beginning! From the Skylon view, skrieking in the haunted houses, salsa dancing in the circle, stargazing, fireworks, meeting Serenity, to the pirate ship and everything in between... this was an unforgettable adrenaline adventure! #AboutLastNight#RexAndRachDoNiagara
NO PIERDAS TIEMPO:
Valora cada segundo de tu vida , cada movimiento , cada parpadeo por la mañana , cada pequeña cosita porque en un segundito puedes simplemente ya no tenerlo ... Muchas veces me sentí inconforme con mis limitaciones , apesar de poder hacerlo todo a mi manera siempre existió en mi ese deseo de poder hacerlo de manera natural , como cualquier otra persona , el deseo de tardarme 3 minutos al vestirme como toda niña en lugar de 20 minutos para ponerme solo una calceta .
Pero pocos fueron los momentos en los que realmente ese deseo desapareció y pude decir sinceramente " Me siento bien y en paz con lo que he logrado hasta ahorita" Llevo ya 3 meses sin poder hacer casi NADA de lo que ya hacía , sin poder ni siquiera sentarme sin sentir dolor o sin siquiera hacerlo de manera natural y fluida , fue ahí cuando me di cuenta que aún con los esfuerzos extra y los movimientos " a mí manera" realmente tenía más de lo que me daba cuenta
Hoy se que en algún momento aunque quizás no tan cercano volveré a recuperar todas las capacidades que mi cerebro ya tenía registradas ... Pero mientras esto pasa hoy digo " GRACIAS" porque aún en esta situación quizás no tan agradable , estoy viva , estoy fuerte , tengo familia y amigos que me apoyan incondicionalmente , tengo una casa , recibo atención médica etc... Me gustaría decir que todo el mundo tiene esto pero desafortunadamente no así que aún en este tropiezo NO he dejado ni dejaré de ser realmente afortunada! 🌻♿💚✨ #cerebralpalsy#cpwarrior#cpprincess#cpstrong#disability#disabled#disabledbutable#disabledbutadiva#wheelchair#wheelchairgirl#followforfollowback#disabledmodel#rolemodel
We’re proud to share with you a very special moment when we met Nasrudin to give him the 2nd All-terrain Bamboo Wheelchair. Nasrudin is a 12-year-old boy from Lombok (Indonesia) who’s wheelchair was destroyed by the earthquake. When our friend and CEO of @classroomofhope@itsduncanward told us of a boy who’d drag himself on the ground for 1km to get to school, we had to do something. Nasrudin’s story inspired the making of South East Asia’s first All-Terrain Bamboo Wheelchair and we’re humbled to provide some support to Nasrudin and his family. Even after a long journey to deliver the wheelchair, it’s nothing compared to the journey that this boy’s had.
We have now sponsored 2 All-Terrain Bamboo Wheelchairs with @balibeachwheels and cannot wait to deliver more bamboo wheelchairs to more people in need!
A huge thank-you to our amazing manufacturer @east_bali_poverty_project@eb_bamboobikes who helped us bring vision to life! Thank-you so much @bluewaterexpress 🛥 for kindly donating seats on your fast boat so we could deliver this wheelchair from Bali to Lombok. 🙏🏼 And thank you @classroomofhope and @pelitafoundation for facilitating the delivery. ❤️
♿️👉 If you would like to sponsor a beautiful All-Terrain Bamboo Wheelchair that empowers amazing people with physical disabilities from disadvantaged backgrounds, please contact us via:
➤ info @ecolivingbali.com
➤ info @balibeachwheels.com