Stories in Illness

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Wispy Moon By Alya Ahmad

Looking @ you makes me feel Translucent. You watch over us, So Elegantly. You ponder our Silliness. You must think of us as Small, Filled with Self-Importance. As we busy our lives with Objects and Desires. You look Angelic, As if The Softness you wish we had could, Be dispersed and draped upon us. If… Continue reading Wispy Moon By Alya Ahmad

Words Composed on a Page-A Short Story Video by Alya Ahmad MD

Caring is comforting. The Story is read. We enter into the writer’s realm and share the struggles, triumphs, and outcomes in the words printed on the page. Writing and reading although healing is a painful endeavor. Click to enter into “Words Composed On A Page” Short story by Ernest Hemingway

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3 thoughts on “Stories in Illness”

  1. That is one of my favorite ayahs from the Quran. I love it because it helps turn the most difficult times into hope of better things to come…..& that usually happens.
    You also said something in here that I loved, “Pain is most intense when we feel powerless.“ that is so very true. Loved reading this.

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