What’s life without any move, on second birthday?

What’s life without any move, on second birthday?

I am so humbled and honoured to know that Dr Jamil Zogheib whom I recently wrote a post on, is also on WordPress, Dr Jamil, is truly a “Flying Soul” who I am so proud to introduce to you, he is a person whose words are beyond miraculous, a man whose words echo life… please follow him and his journey;
http://jamilzogheib.wordpress.com/2013/06/24/whats-life-without-any-move-on-second-birthday/, http://jamilzogheib.wordpress.com/2013/07/17/nothing-is-absolute-everything-happens-for-a-reason/, and share it with those who appreciate.

jamilzogheib, Flying Soul

Dear friends,
My expectations in life were reduced to zero, the day I decided to undergo tracheotomy for continuous mechanical ventilation, without which I couldn’t spare life’s end. Every day since that moment seems like a new birth in life for me.
Today, it’s my second birthday, and I’d like to share with you the experience I had during these two years. I could put end to my life, but it would be a big mistake. Life is beautiful even with so dark conditions. There is always something to do and succeed in it; and I haven’t done badly.
In the first year, I’ve wrote two books: Ma vie, mon histoire and Conseils pratiques pour la santé des enfants.
In the second year, I’ve signed them via Skype, from my bed and because of my physical conditions, during the French book exhibition of Beirut at the end of October 2012…

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  1. Thank you for the gift(s) of this man. Wonderful to ‘meet’ him during this holiday season. Beautiful writing from him with such courage and conviction. Blessings to you with Happy Holidays.

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    • Thank you so much for your comment.
      Indeed what a beautiful soul, what a giving man, such a beautiful and miraculous encounter in this holiday season for all of us. He writes wisdom, and life with his eyes and I am sure more achievements will blossom from his giving soul!
      Blessings to you and your loved ones this Christmas!

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      • Thank you, Nadine. I can relate to him having grown up with 3 maternal aunts diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder named Fredriech’s Ataxia. It is very similar to ALS. They too, were remarkable inspiration to me. God bless you.

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