A caregiving day keeps you running. A caregiving day also keeps you feeling. In our book of poems, 15 family caregivers write what about what they experience in their moments. Our poets care for parents, spouses and children. A few share a viewpoint from a place of life after caregiving has ended. We all want to make the most of the moments we have in each day. A Caregiving Day is also a way for us to help. We'll use the proceeds from our book sales to fund our CareGifters program operated through The Center for Family Caregivers, our non-profit organization. As often as we can, we send $500 to help a family caregiver in need. Because, when you ask for help, we want to be there for you. We're here to make your caregiving and after caregiving days easier.
This book has been designed to help you keep track of what gifts your friends and relatives need, want or like. It also allows space for addresses, so you always know where to send cards and gifts to.
Living a life of thanksgiving means appreciating life's events: from the minute to the fullest. Thanksgiving is not just the last Thursday of November, where we overindulge in rich food; rather, it should be a time for a specific purpose with an assignment to make a difference. This means every waking moment should be full of thanksgiving and gratitude. But why? And how?
As a passionate kingdom seeker, author Eunice Badaki talks about how our lives are given to us as a gift. We have been given great stewardship over our lives, and every action, word spoken, and decisions made will be accounted for before the lord, Jesus Christ. Christ gave up his life so that we could live; therefore, we should treat our life-and the lives of others-with the utmost respect.
Thanksgiving is the act of worshipping and appreciating the Almighty God who gave us life. We all have challenges as a result of being part of a broken worldly system. However, we have the opportunity to orient our thought processes toward a more meaningful and purposeful existence. Badaki eloquently shares her beliefs, supported by Biblical scriptures, that with the right attitude towards God and our fellow human beings, we can live with gratitude, appreciation, reverence, honor, praise, and worship.
What would you do if you were in a situation where telling the truth would guarantee you a bed in a psych ward? Look into Elaine Reeves' life as she journeys from innocent child to a desperate woman caught in a battle between good and evil. Is there any escape from the demons that have invaded her home and threaten the lives of her entire family? This short piece of nonfiction has the answer to this question and to the ones that you may have yourself.
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