Be Kind To One Another Boxes – Revisited

Good morning all, I hope Monday morning has been kind to you so far.

A couple of weeks back I wrote a post about an inspirational blogger that I have come across and a little project that she is working on. And I’d like to take a moment of your day to remind you of this fantastic opportunity to make a difference in the life of a loved one or a fellow member of the chronically-ill community.

Cass (from Indisposed and Undiagnosed) has been working away on her Be Kind To One Another Boxes for a number of weeks now, and her kindness project will soon be coming to its conclusions. But there’s still time to head on over to her site (see link) and read up on it in a bit more depth. You’ll be able to find a lot more info on her Instagram account, so I’ve attached a link to that too!

There is one thing that unites us all; we can all relate to the physical, mental and emotional pain of living with a chronic illness. It can be difficult at the best of times, but even then we can still experience bouts of joy when we least expect to, however fleeting they might be.

Cass is trying to do just that, to bring joy to a life where all that is known is despair and hopelessness. And you too can help show that kindness does exist in a world that can be so harsh and cruel.

It’d mean a lot, if you could follow these links and help be a part of this project. I’d just like to thanks those of you who have already done so, and also those that have donated towards the shipping costs of each box. You will never know the difference that you make.

Thanks, I hope you all have a great day!

https://www.youcaring.com/worldwide-sufferers-of-chronic-illness-646044

https://www.instagram.com/indisposedandundiagnosed/?ref=badge

https://indisposedandundiagnosed.wordpress.com/2016/09/15/need-the-help-of-my-followers/

 

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