for Josh


Update on Josh-"What's it like?"

One of the questions people have finally become more comfortable asking is, "What's it like?" The answer would be much more than we could share in a couple of paragraphs. It is a little easier to answer as a parent but I believe the only way to know what this has been like for Josh is to be Josh. I wrestle with this "Josh Question" everyday. I've learned that the best I can do is sympathize but I will never be able to fully empathize. For to have empathy is to be able to identify with and understand another person's circumstance from their perspective. Josh is rare in that though he is completely cognitive, yet he is unable to engage with his surroundings the same way you and I do. He cannot

"Honor all men. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honor the king." 1 Peter 2:17

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