"ignore the story. see the soul. remember to love. you will never regret it" --- Seane Corn

"ignore the story. see the soul. remember to love. you will never regret it" --- Seane Corn
it's a jungle out there

Friday, April 23, 2010

It's all I have for today...

why is a mother's love

not enough

to heal her child?


  1. Boy, if I had an answer to that one I would be sure to give it to you, but I ask myself that question all.the.time. I send you thoughts of peace and strength today.

  2. I do not know, Michelle but it is proof to me of something I'd rather not think about.
    Like Kori, I'm sending you thoughts of peace and strength and of course, love.

  3. it should be. the unfairness of life...

  4. It may not be able to actually heal, but it provides profound, unmatchable strength and comfort.

  5. I don't know -- I think a mother's love actually does heal the child, but it doesn't cure.

  6. I've wondered that myself ever since my son was an infant. Instead, I just do my best to get him all the help I can get him....the best of every field is the only help that's good enough, right?

  7. I agree with Elizabeth - help in healing, but not cure.
    I am faced with this a lot in my work too.

  8. I agree with Minivan Lover and also feel so, so sorry for everybody facing this.

  9. I'm with Elizabeth... hugs to you

  10. I think it does heal...but not always in the way we want it to.

  11. When my child seemed broken beyond repair, I knew I could only try to heal myself.

  12. What Elizabeth said.
    I'm so sorry for the heartache.
    I can't even begin to imagine.

  13. The flaws and failures of the all-knowing, all-giving super fabulous mother.
    aint that the damn truth!
    all of life, humanity, evolution, emotion in one tiny little body. brilliant and scarey like the little boy who wrote red rum on the mirror in the shinning.
    hmmm...myabe exorcisim (i don't think it would have worked in the movie so it prob won't work in real life, LOL)


so... wadaya think?

Your fairy is called Columbine Icedancer
She is a bone chilling bringer of justice for the vulnerable.
She lives in mushroom fields and quiet meadows.
She is only seen when the bees swarm and the crickets chirrup.
She wears lilac and purple like columbine flowers. She has icy blue butterfly wings.