The artist Renatė Lušis leads art therapy club "Modus Vivendi"
that is located in the Hospital for the mentally ill in Klaipeda. She says:
"Art therapy can add great harmony to life"

love needs no authority except itself
We trust that there is no such thing as no chance.

The things that we love tell us what we are
Saint Thomas Aquinas

2007-08-30

discovery of self


It was said “We are what we talk” and the ages didn’t change a jot there.
The grasp of the above gives some light to the black font color of the letters below- allows me to hope you will browse through the text till end. Thank you

People with disabilities, are dependant on the action of others. It’s no wonder the disabled focus on the actions of others – deal with the reality which is completely outside of their control. The last doubles their impotence and the situation becomes worse than it was prior grasping the truth.

While talking about disability, we see that a sense of personal needlessness describes the palette of emotions we deal with. This picture doesn’t attract and therefore most people turn aside from these who are looking at them from the windows of the hospital for patients with psychiatric disorders. The darkness doubles over the world of the sick and the air becomes thick there… However, as I opened the heavy gates into the world of not-right-minded, I was heartily welcomed by them.

These notes have depicted the background of the miracles.
The conception of the personal dependence on the grace of other on every single step we make blossoms out with THANK YOU that uplifts. The gratitude we share with other returns the smile to the eyes.
The understanding of personal dependence on other is not a curse, but the blessing that humbles. That’s the divine healing that changes the complaints for what we have not into the heartily thank you for all we have.
While talking with the wall I was surrounded by multitude of things that were of no use to me, but I hear ‘Hi!’ now.
Is it not a miracle?
I am the disabled, but I don’t beg for anything, but heartily welcome you…

Let me share with you a story now. It has happened not in some back-country, not somewhere, but on a web – thus my news will be not the local but the global – worthy your attention indeed. “Go! Smell the flowers” has announced the contest – asked the bloggers, what is “well being”? The winner became Norski . He came up with:
‘Just being alive is well-being, in a way, consider the alternative. Well-being may be defined as being content with what is, not fretting over what could be, or what is not.’