Have you ever say Thank you to your body & mind?

Last week, I went to visit a mentally handicapped home.

It was so difference from others home…. , very hard to communicate with the children, teenager and adult.

They can’t understand what we are saying, they can’t talk, some even can’t eat by themselves, can’t walk…

They are a special group of human who need our love, attention and care.

According to the person in charge, normally parent will not bring their children to visit mentally handicapped home, they are so worry this group of special people will “frighten” their children and also no interaction within them.

How sad to know about this…..

Some of the parent even change their phone number and address once they send their children to this charity home. They run away from their children, they assume they’ve dumped their burden. How selfish!

Where is LOVE? Why are we bringing children to this world?

One of scene was touching and warmth my heart.

He wanted so much to eat the mandarin oranges…however, this simple wish also can't be fulfilled as he cant swallow.

He wanted so much to eat the mandarin oranges…however, this simple wish also can’t be fulfilled as he can’t chew the food.

He can’t talk, He can’t walk, He can’t eat solid food, He can’t play, He can’t read, he can only swallow liquid food…

How Blessed we are, we can walk, we can talk, we can eat, we can jump, we can sing, we can jog, we can dance, we can move our hand, our leg, our whole body..………

Why are we still complain about life?

Have you ever say Thank you to your body?

Be grateful! You are lucky to have a healthy body and mind.

Do not waste it. Treasure it and be diligently in spiritual practice.

Make great use of your body,speech and mind, Do thing which can benefit to others.

Do not complain, be Contented, Appreciate and contribute to society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15 responses to “Have you ever say Thank you to your body & mind?

  1. Experiences like what you had with these handicapped people would make me humble, a reminder to take nothing for granted.

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