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A look at my life with spina bifida and daily musings I have

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Comment on Heart of a Lion by margieinitaly

Thu, 09 Jan 2014 18:56:31 +0000

What a wonderful post, Jason. The reason you touch people's hearts is because you speak from the heart. You always inspire me and i am glad I found your blog.

Comment on Heart of a Lion by Sandy Appleyard (@SandyAppleyard)

Fri, 20 Dec 2013 17:52:57 +0000

I second what you said, Darcia. Definitely it is by watching others that sometimes we gain strength or inspiration; especially by witnessing things that Mr. Bourne here does and says each day.

Comment on Heart of a Lion by Rebecca Scarberry

Fri, 20 Dec 2013 14:25:24 +0000

Merry Christmas, Jason. I think your new friend is right about everything she said.

Comment on Heart of a Lion by Darcia Helle

Fri, 20 Dec 2013 14:07:19 +0000

Beautiful post, Jason. You are an inspiration to countless people. The thing with this life is that we often don't realize, will never know, how much of an impact we have on others. Seeing you out on that dance floor might be the image one person uses to get through a difficult day six months from now. Maybe your smile lifts someone out of a funk you didn't even realize they were in. Or, perhaps, a new parent with a disabled child sees you and suddenly understands there is hope for her child as well. Know that your very presence and the strength of your spirit inspires others each and every day.

Comment on Heart of a Lion by Jason Carl Owen (@JCOblessed)

Fri, 20 Dec 2013 14:01:47 +0000

Wow, Jason beautiful - if you could only see yourself as those around you see you. For that matter, if you would see yourself as God sees you, you I hope you NEVER see yourself as "small" ever again! A heart of a Lion, indeed.

Comment on Heart of a Lion by Peggy Holloway

Fri, 20 Dec 2013 13:35:02 +0000

Like always, you have touched my heart with this wonderful blog. I hope you never forget what an inspiration you are to me.

Comment on Sugar’s Lessons for Life by Katie Mettner

Tue, 10 Dec 2013 12:56:24 +0000

Thank you Jason for the great post! I appreciate your support so much of me and Sugar! She's one special soul who has changed the shape and path of my life and I thank you for being part of that :)

Comment on Fallacies by mjdresselbooks

Thu, 10 Oct 2013 04:14:30 +0000

Lovely. I love "You are Enough." Says it all.

Comment on Heartbroken and Confused by Heather Fields

Tue, 08 Oct 2013 17:49:54 +0000

He may rest in Heaven, but his legacy and spirit lives on. I want to know more about your grandpa. I'm here whenever you want to reminisce....May you and your family cherish the memories from the past and carry them with them for years to come.

Comment on Three Simple Words by Heather Fields

Tue, 08 Oct 2013 17:34:42 +0000

I just read this, and am so thankful for Rebecca as well. I surely wish I lived closer or else we'd hang out. One of these days we will. I promise you that. I mentioned to my husband the other day how it is no wonder that those with disabilities are looked at as strange...My daughter will be 2 next month, and I am not sure if she has even seen someone in a wheelchair. If she has, it wasn't obvious as she cannot tell us yet. Regardless, I think we should all make an effort to surround ourselves with those who may not look or act the same as us. It's a shame we still have cliques in high school. How much I desired to fit in as well back in the day. I think we all have disabilities. In fact, looking at someone with scorn and lack of compassion is a disability. We can only pray for those who fear what they don't know and continue striving to educate others so that one day more people will know. We must embrace our differences as the gifts God has given us. Once the world sees that we love ourselves and have accepted the gift of our disability, the more others won't think they have all the gifts in the world. ; ) Talk soon Jason. Thanks for inspiring me everyday. God bless you more than you can imagine...