The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a
newsletter for people with diverse abilities
published by Krystian Shaw.
November Edition of KSA Newsletter 2022 contains in
This month we are focusing on gratitude and peace. Remembrance Day is a time to give thanks to our veterans and to celebrate peace, love, and happiness.
It is a time to be a more compassionate and caring world for all, with less segregation from society. This is a time to think about many of the things we take for granted, such as having a home or having friends. Here at the Kamloops Self–Advocate, we’ve been thinking about all of the freedoms and benefits we have as Canadians.
We have the freedom to enjoy a great way of life and we also have the freedom to speak out when things aren’t going well for people. There are lots of great advocates out there and we have some inspiring articles in this month’s newsletter to share some of their great work.
We’ve also got some tips on how to practice gratitude. Sharing how we are grateful and showing our appreciation can help us and others feel more positive. It is good for us and for those around us. We would like to encourage you to say thank you to the people who help keep us safe.
That could be a special thanks to the veterans, or it could be to say thanks to our health care workers who worked so hard during Covid 19! Let’s all take some time on Remembrance Day to be thankful for
what we have and to spread some kindness and compassion to those around us.
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