One thing I have always been committed to is giving my children unconditional love. Loving them with all my heart absolutely without question through the good and bad times. I believe they each know that and I pray that they are uplifted by that because when that love is missing in a child’s life, or when love comes with conditions or is withheld or replaced with ostracism, or it’s benefaction is a consequence of a child fulfilling a parents request rather than being the bedrock of the relationship unconditionally, the fallout leaves an unfortunate legacy for a lifetime. For love is not a neatly packaged commodity that only comes out when everything goes well. True love weathers the storms and perseveres through thick and thin. It doesn’t barter. It doesn’t trick. It seeks truth and holds fast in sunshine and in rain.
Life is good! Life is inspirational!
Why? What? How?
Ginz and Tonic started life as a year long challenge from June 2013 to June 2014 to write a poem a day to raise awareness of arrhythmias and syncope.
It has since kept going, posting a poem a day covering anything that comes to mind. Additionally, it supports the coaching framework of www.resetparenting.com and also offers workshops in school using poetry to reinvent the wheel of helping children get in touch with different aspects of their development.
Personalised poems are also offered for any occasion or to market your business for a donation to arrhythmia and syncope support group www.beatiteastmidlands.co.uk
This is a free site and asks for nothing in return but if you would like to support the above support group, Beat-It Grantham, then please get in touch.