One minute of light

A Shared Lives carer was describing a hard day spent in their often-challenging support role. “Why do you do it?” my colleague asked him. He replied,

“Imagine a space where for 59 minutes it’s dark, then for 1 minute it’s light. That’s what it’s like doing this. You do it for the one minute you get to see the light in someone else.”

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One thought on “One minute of light

  1. Lorraine February 14, 2017 / 11:52 am

    That is very true.

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