WHEN THINGS ARE THAT THEIR MOST DIFFICULT, sometimes the only way to hold it all together, to get through is to:

1. Hold onto HOPE of a better moment.
2. Seek any possible OPPORTUNITY to bring warmth, comfort, consolation to the situation.
3. Stay focused upon the PERSON.
4. Do EVERYTHING you can, to protect and help .
When things are at their awful worse all manner of emotions, ranging from fear to empathy to anger, from wanting to be with, to wanting to run away from, can emerge and overwhelm you.
Facing your own limitations, fears, inability, inadequacy in the face of massive and immediate need can be difficult and devastating, but ultimately freeing,, because beyond it all you may find the incredible strength and love that is nestled deep within you, in the core of your being.


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