Recently a friend who also had ALS/MND died. Is it ok to ask God, “why didn’t you heal them”?
“MIND NOT DISEASED!” EVENT.
November 11, 2020 at 10:30am
Join Tarnya Davis and myself as we connect with other MND/ALS patients and talk “MIND NOT DISEASED” (MND)
Tarnya Davis is a Clinical Psychologist and is the director of NewPsych, a practice of 40 clinicians based in the Hunter and across NSW.
Tarnya has worked with people for over 25 years, specialising in people facing the toughest struggles in life.
Phil Camden is a fellow patient with MND diagnosed in 2013.
Phil has been a Pastor for 35 years. Phil combines his faith and the tools from Tarnya to live Mind Not Diseased.
Physical strength is only one dynamic to who we are as a person. There is also strength of mind, strength of spirit and strength of soul.
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There will be space to ask questions live on line.
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO INVITE PEOPLE WITH MND PEOPLE WHO AREN’T ON THIS PAGE.
Topic: Mind Not Diseased (MND)
Time: NOVEMBER 11, 2020 10:390 AM (Sydney TIME)
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Meeting ID: 893 1869 4663
Covid-19 has seen people literally lay down their life for the care and safety of others. But what about you and I how, do we experience this “greater love has no man than he lay down his life for his friend”?
I was asked about life balance, faith and family. How to navigate life with all its interruptions. Living present! How to navigate our primary relationships in a world that so easily screams for our attention.
Lenore and I visit friends who are also living with MND/ALS. Watch the end we have some fun.
I would rather move slowly in the right direction then fast in the wrong.