Empathy finale: Part III

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

A LOT of Help — from friends
both near and far

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the Walking a Mile Series – Part III, conclusion

“There, but for the grace of God, go I”

We each have the power to change the world for someone

Our society has become very self-focused in the 30 years between my first and last experience with broken bones and lack of autonomy. I may not be able to do much to change it, but I am driven to name it and to speak out against it, especially in today’s political climate.

Perhaps the posting of this 3-part article will turn out to be the silver lining to the cloud of an unbelievably challenging several years of my already challenging life.

Perhaps the world will be just a little bit softer and more supportive, thanks to the efforts of those of…

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4 thoughts on “Empathy finale: Part III

  1. My sincere gratitude for spreading all three parts of the empathy message, along with my apologies, Kate.

    I’m furious with the WordPress Gremlins – their “autosave” code is a MESS – overwriting published posts with *former* post versions just because the edit tab was open – which left my acknowledgment to YOU sadly missing (along with the divider lines) – inserted before you even reblogged Part III !!!

    I outfoxed them this time, however, because I saved the post code in TextEdit and could quickly put it back the way it WAS!!

    HA! (let’s pray that it stays that way).
    xx,
    mgh
    ~~~~~~~
    JUST in case it doesn’t – what is SUPPOSED to be there is below:

    I also must express my gratitude to Kate McClelland, who has shared MANY of my posts with her large community – along with those of a great many fascinating bloggers. A content curator of the first order, she is worth reading and following for her own posts in their own right – and I hope you will.

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      1. Isn’t it a shame that we’ve all come to EXPECT problems from WordPress? 😦

        I wonder if they’ll connect the low level of “customer satisfaction” to the mass exodus likely just as soon as somebody releases a new writer-friendly blogging platform?
        xx,
        mgh

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