Rejoicing

We rejoice  today that  the Countess of Mar has spoken up so powerfully for those who have no voice, for those who are so isolated and who can barely get through each day. We rejoice especially when we hear the truth of ME being represented ; sadly it is  a rare event and to be rejoiced over.

We find as our lives become smaller and smaller so the things we rejoice for become clearer and more visible ,the smallest things, insignificant to most , can bless our day and make the difference between  happiness and despair.

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