For those whose daily lives are spent in caring, for those who help others cope with the heavy burdens; social workers, teachers, doctors, nurses; aid workers. For carers at home, those who are have found themselves permanently in the role of carer at home, for elderly parents, for a sick partner, for sick children. For those caring for people with Alzheimers or dementia – one of the hardest forms of caring. For those who carry heavy burdens in their private lives, the burden of illlness, breavement, lonelliness; the burdens of debt, of redundancy; for all those worry for the future, whether their own or for the future of our threatened world. For those who carry the burden of responsibility; the decision makers, whether in national or local government, or in business, those who must strive to do ‘the right thing’ in difficult economic times, and whose decisions will inevitably affect the lives of others. For those who carry the burden of war: the leaders, who carry the burden of responsibility; the soldiers, who carry the burden of action; the civilians, who carry the burden and pain of the consequences of war. You ask us to cast our burdens on you, for you care. Help those we know to find rest with the burdens they carry. Amen
I dont know whether its right to want out, to wish myself so far from you all you would never be allowed my company again
i should be allowed to hate you, to quietly despise your presence, and yet i love you, have you cry, comfort you, worry about your happiness, put you above some of the most important things and people in my life, i have to hold you close to myself, you who i would most like to expell from my world.
jealousy and insecurity, you are poisonous to my happiness and my mind