24. People all have wonderful questions. When we listen with our hearts and our minds, rather than our egos, then we can grow.
23. I do not believe in many things, yet, I do not rule anything out as a tool.
22. Having two children with autism has enriched my life and made me a much better parent and person than I could have ever been without them. I am grateful they chose me.
21. Don't ever give up and certainly refuse to seal your child or anyone else's fate by answering the question: "Will they ever?" with anything less than "I hope so." Never ever lose hope. You cannot exist without it. Especially in the adventures of autism.