Life is a circus. No one can ever say that their life has become a perfect one. All of us are not excuses for facing challenges and struggles, no matter what our status is. We’re also not an excuse for facing big difficulties in life, no matter how young or old we are. All of us will encounter the ups and downs of our lives for great purposes that we mostly cannot understand. It’s the picture of the reality of many children nowadays who are into life battles.
Many children are suffering from a different health condition that they do not even know because of their young minds. Their difficult situation steals their childhood that they should have experience in life. We cannot blame anyone for this; instead, we fight back and continue moving forward for our children’s future. The parents who see the difficult situation of the love of their life feel hurt because they naturally always want the best of life for their child. But life is not perfect, and we cannot control everything. This is the reality of what life means here on earth.
We are blessed that we have people in the medical field who are pursuing their passion for helping and making a difference in the lives of many people in need, most especially to our children’s young life. One of the names who has been an advocate in helping children with Autism Spectrum is Marisa Mellett. Her name deserves to be recognized because of her great effort in showing compassion to the children who need enough attention and care. Now, she is continuing her passion for helping people to have a brighter life. Her advocacy of helping out children in certain communities makes her a one-of-a-kind individual who is always willing to give her full time to those who need her help.
Every child is a blessing, and they deserve our love and care as they grow old and discover the reality of life. It’s great to hope for every child to know that there are always open people to love, care, and be there for them. They may not understand their current difficult situation in their young mind, but they know how to feel the pain. So, let us shower love and support to them. We have to recognize that we can make a difference, no matter what our profession is. As long as we’re willing to help and show love, there will always be a great future ahead for all of us.