Bittersweet: A Spiritual Perspective on Special Needs Parenting

September 21, 2010 § 3 Comments

Today i stumbled upon this link, at my fren’s wall at facebook. (She has an autistic daughter too)

That post written by a mother (its link below) who shared her experience handling a son with autism. It is so much heartfelt post, a natural motherly story. Naturally, i feel it closed to heart.

It’s kinda natural bonding, when we read or hear about other people who’s dealing with same situation as us. We understand much better.

Here’s her story. I’m sure there are many other unsung heroes outhere who’s making their best with their loved ones.

Bittersweet: A Spiritual Perspective on Special Needs Parenting | MuslimMatters.org.

#p.s :

My Sweetheart Ummar,

I may not the best mom in the world. But I’m willing to offer everything I have and anything I could, to make your life beautiful, the best that a son could ever have. I dun know what’s on your mind, until now we still dun have the chance to really “talk”, but i’m trying my best to understand. We may be not rich family, but believe me my son, money cant buy everything.

I love you more than you could ever imagined.

Mommy.

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