If Only Life Were So Simple...
The pressure of everyday living has put people in a quandary. It put both the strength and weaknesses of individuals to the fore, and this made life--everybody would agree--complicated.
"Why me?" people would ask whenever they were confronted by difficulties that would change their life temporarily or permanently. While some leave everything to fate, others had resolved to cope and hope for the better.
Life is hard for Dawn L. Not only does she have a stubborn and callow husband, who has emotionally abused her, she also birthed two children with special needs--physically and psychologically. It took a lot of love, understanding, and dedication to manage her situation, but she pulled it through, although at one point she wished, "If only life were so simpleā€¦"
While she copes with the challenges before her, L turned to writing short stories for children, and later was inspired to write the story of her own life--a tale of inner strength and unconditional love.
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