March ends National Kidney Month, where 4 stories were shared from some amazing families. All of them had to fight a battle in one way or another against PKD. Each family had to find their own way to not allow PKD to beat them, but to find a new life of love to live. PKD isn't just a disease, it is something that can very much take one's life, allow one not to live by being fearful of the what if, and it can depress a person's spirit. Interviewing each family has given me a piece of hope from how they choose to live, which gives me peace of hope.
We may not be able to walk into a bank and make a deposit or withdrawal for what we need, but we sure can receive hope from others. Life can be so hard sometimes and it is good to know that there are others who come along side us who go through hard times themselves to help us along our way. To give the piece of hope we may need to get us through our day. Sometimes having that little bit of peace is what one needs to escape life's hardships, just for a moment.
I hope you will join us in the month of April for our 13 Days of Kindness. We will be celebrating the life of our son by doing acts of kindness for the 13 days he was on this Earth. We may not be able to celebrate his birthday, but we can share the love we have in our hearts for him, with others. Everyone deserves a little kindness in their day. We hope that these acts of Kindness will bless others and bring them a piece of hope that they need that will bring them a peace of hope.
Bringing Others What Everyone Needs Some Hope
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