Yeah, the Ghost Writer again (aka, husband/father/john). This post is from "an inspired non-believer." What I am inspired by/what I believe in (that is for me). What you take away from these writings, if anything, is for you.
The background of this post: For Catholics and Non-Catholics, I am Catholic and look to God (the Church at times, but mainly to God). This is my version of the Nicene Creed (Google it):
The Disabled (ALL) Creed
I believe in the potential of a disabled person, a maker of tears of joy/sorrow, and Creator of that which I have become and am willing to defend.
I believe in my Son, Riley, begotten by God's Will and at times a stranger to the world we (the functioning) take for granted. Hit by seizures, forces unknown, nights without peace, rises again and teaches me to appreciate every small thing in life (a laugh, a sound, a smell, a step). Night after night, day after day, in accordance with God's Will he is my son and his story I will share with you (as he shares it with me).
His Story, for those readers and for our understanding, was given to me by Heaven and incarnate by the Will of God and cast upon to tell this (his/our) story so that we may appreciate life, love, suffering and healing.
I acknowledge the limitations that they (the disabled have); and I look to help them overcome their limitations and fight for their cause, in this world, until they find peace in The Next.
I believe in the Helping Guides-- the parents, the relatives, the friends, the supporters and the caregivers; who come to us to overcome limitations of the disabled.
I believe that this is one messed (*edited) up world. I believe that life is not always fair. I acknowledge the limitations of humanity/the disabled and the way the world is; and I look to make it a better place for the disabled (all) and those who care for them; pray for them or are willing to understand their world (and if I am Blessed enough, share mine).
This is my Story.