There are a lot of blessings in autism. I am hoping in God easily. Questions and answers about life concern me greatly. Today I thought about each person the earth has. You cannot appreciate each one but God can. He created each person with a purpose to do good works. I am questioned about my worth because I cannot function by myself. I need someone always checking on me. I even need a person to help me talk. It is frustrating but it is no worse than living poor or each day not having my health. Challenges are a part of life. They touch our plot in life to be a part of God's overall plan. Many people don't understand the ease of believing in God as an Autistic like me. I have pondered God ever since I was little. I understand what it is like to depend on God because I am each day dependent on others. I care to teach the world about autism as one who is experiencing it. I have a very important task to say we non-verbal people are thinking, not dumb. We are headed to bright futures if given a chance. No human is without dignity. Each person is made in God's image and is deserving of respect and attachment to his Creator. I am a servant of God to do His will that will bear hope to non-verbal Autistics and their families. Attachment to God is my greatest blessing.
Philip has been enjoying a lot of "normal" Halloween activities this year. He participated in his school's Fall Fun Night, went trick or treating, and went to a class Halloween party.