Mother Nature and disability

Here I would like to create a place for people with physical or mental problems. People who have the will to tell about themselves and their suffering.

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Started by RJK May 12, 2015. 0 Replies

Hi all ..We can all agree that we have all been through different challenges in life - whether domestic violence - illness, mentally or physically. Can you see your diamond light within .. and if you can, what became the catalyst for you to…Continue

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Comment by ABED MALHAS on June 5, 2011 at 11:19pm


- Equivalent to the Sport Olympic; please inform  all & Imagine the great positive effect; to the WORLD ART- ARTIST,galleries , museum ,student, children , schools ,university -art outlet,industry, media, sponsors-decision maker-celebrity etc., all humanity; let us  join to bring this beautiful concept-ART OLYMPIC-to reality; all ART( visual & performing - no age limit ); please join ( free )  CASA ( 10001  Member / 156 Country & growing )THE LEGACY OF THE CENTURY; ART IS ALLAH GOD UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE; THANK ALLAH GOD  4 ALL HIS BLESSINGS; -


Comment by melody on July 29, 2010 at 5:37pm
Communication skills are an essential tool for people to find peace within. The more we can express loving and kindness, the probability levels for DV decrease. One of the best gifts any one can give is to increase one's vocabulary, and to keep intention in a continuous system of checks and balances. bright and loving blessings.
-a victim of my own choices for 25 years, giving myself the permission to stumble and to let coincidence be my teacher
Comment by Deborah J. Boyd on May 24, 2010 at 4:44am
Domestic Violence is the root of all human violence. Greed & Violence are addictive and are used by one group of people to control others through fear.
I was raised to think hate was the opposite of love. I was wrong. Fear is the opposite of love.
Comment by Edward Janus on February 1, 2010 at 12:34pm

Edward Janus | Disability Advocate and Activist – My Introduction to Group.

Hello, I Just joined wanted to introduce myself.

My name is Edward Janus. I am a Disability Advocate and Activist (Disabled myself). My Campaign and Mission is Fighting for Persons with Disabilities. And Making Our Voices Heard. Internet Activism for Supporting Causes of Change. Governmental & Political Issues, Government Accountability, Fair and Honest Media Reporting, Consumers Rights. Animals, Civil, Children’s, Human, and Woman’s Rights. Educational, Health Care, and Environmental Issues. Abuse, Freedom, Homeless, Hunger, Peace, Poverty, and Violence Issues. And many other Important Causes. Sharing News and Resources.

A little bit more about me. I have Cerebral Palsy and an amputee (both legs) confined to a wheelchair. I am homebound, shut-in. I have worked to earn a living for almost 25 years. Then I had over ten surgeries on my cervical spinal column (neck area) in my lifetime. Now I have been on Permanent Social Security Disability since 1996. I was married and have a daughter. In 1999 an automobile while crossing a street, struck my wife. She died instantly. Now, I Live Alone. I receive only one household income. A Social Security check monthly.

On a personal note, I would contact people by telephone, but I am also deaf. I cannot hear very well on the phone. You can reach me by email; all my activities and tasks are via Internet. Or you may send a regular postal mail. Forgive me not Chatting, Instant Messaging, and Slow Letters. Due to having Cerebral Palsy, it is difficult for me to type with a regular keyboard. Therefore, I use the Windows 'On-Screen Keyboard’ this way I can type clicking my mouse. This still takes a little while for me to type.

Edward Janus | Disability Advocate and Activist
10707 Wrightwood Ave. Northlake, IL. 60164-1573
Founder of: | Disability Network Connections.

Comment by melody on January 25, 2010 at 9:39pm
Adult survivor of a+d+d= Lord, help me to walk in Light. People see me, I look normal. I wear this mask of normal, always trying to adapt: expanding, contracting...With an open heart.

Sometimes I cry, " I wish I was mainstream..." I wish for all it's worth that we would really do unto others as we would have done unto our selves. When all we have to do is pay kindness forward....
Comment by Eva on January 12, 2010 at 5:35am

HH the Dalai Lama 4-5 August 2009 in Lausanne - Switzerland

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Comment by IA on January 11, 2010 at 5:18am
Thank you kindly for the invitation !
I have a lot to say !
But I will start to say that I am honored to be in this groop !
My boddy need some sleep but I will be back !
Love and peace be with you all !
Comment by Drew Blanton on January 11, 2010 at 3:56am
I've noticed that sand causes trouble for people in wheelchairs.
Comment by karin teresa fain on January 11, 2010 at 2:39am is an organization that supports disabled artists in all of the arts. Recently, they had a disability postcard project. You can go to this site to find out about it. I have depression and recently breast cancer. I am a D.E.S. daughter see My sister has schizophrenia. I would like to go back to work as soon as the U.S.A. has health care reform so I can have good healthcare for preexisting conditions. Many people have these problems and need the ADA to work and good healthcare. Karin Teresa

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