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inspiring moments: family

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It seems cliched, I know, but family is one of the most important values to me in my life. My family, family around me, and families I work with. Because with family, anything is possible. Because it is family that offer support, love, friendship and inspiration.

And it pains me when I see and hear a family in heartache. Tension, frustration, disconnection and sadness. It pains me to see this distance. Sometimes I often wonder, what is happening for this pain to be be so severe; why so much heartache? And so I make it my mission to bring family’s back together. To mend the heartache, build respect, and build the love back.

And everyday I am inspired by the family that want to work through their challenges; and the family that just want to create new meanings and inspiration. And the family that includes the neighbour next door, and their daughter’s best friend from school.

Because family can include anyone. New family’s can be created and old ones rekindled.

And sometimes we just have to look around us and realise that our family are there, waiting, and wanting that embrace.

How is your family inspiring you?

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  • Jen R

    So true Tahlia…where would we be without our ‘family’ in which ever form it takes, I feel sad for those who dont have anyone xx

  • Parental Parody

    So true. I’m the first to whine about my family, but they are my everything.

  • bachelormum

    Yep. Family is the most important thing in my life. And I love the fact that it just keeps growing.

  • Glowless

    Even after my rough childhood filled with mental illness and alcoholism, I can still say that family mean everything to me. But because I didn’t really have one for such a long time I have always made my friends my family. After all is said and done, I think I’m better for it.

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