Maybe it's the case that things come along when you really need them. Just maybe.
When I read the story of Elizabeth Fleming, I was really moved. Not only did it emphasise to me the need for us all to treat each other with respect, but it underlined how people in my chosen profession (teaching) can have a hugely powerful influence on children whether that's positive or negative.
Living with a disability isn't easy. This story emphasises that fact for me. It's often the small steps that are important here, a toe-by-toe journey into the world. And it seems that however hard a person tries to pick themselves up and battle with their own adversities, there'll always be those out there picking on easy targets and trying to keep them down.
I really enjoyed this insight. It inspired me and made me consider my own grumbles with a deeper sense of perspective.
Elizabeth is a woman to admire and to learn from. Keep up the good work.