Thursday, 17 May 2012

Man On The Blinks. Generations wipe out.

The really unhappy person is the one who leaves undone what they can do, and starts doing what they don't understand; no wonder they come to grief.
What plans are there in place; If There are folds of too many folks losing their memories. If There are too many dementia people to account for. If There are numerous relatives we can not relate to or hold a conversation with. If There are human beings struggling for a quality of life due to progressive altered personalities, reasoning, judging, emotions and thinking via incurable impairments to the brain. If There are few qualified CARERS to survive an imminent memory extinction.
Do we have to watch wisdom and history mysteriously being wiped out right under our noses, may be we are too wise to bother, so we sit and neglect the saying, ability without honor is useless.. Why then should we open every door, discover entirely species and creatures beyond us and still shut our passion to cope with the impairments without solutions.
I do not cry out for the cure or solutions, I preach the care demanded by the devastated memories of dementia people. The trainings to create memories capable to survive the gruesomeness of caring for people with dementia. Dementia could not wipe out this generation but potentially it can damage who we are and how we relate to each other. If you want it to happen, you will regret it happen. If you let it happen, you won't like what happened, your support will help humanity and fight dementia.
Possibly resources are not available to train a lot more into caring and especially, professionally become dementia CARERS. The government and the financial situations, the political and critics subjects are surely not my sermon.
I preach awareness of humanity, dignity, care and freedom to empathise. If science becomes pathetic and hopeless then let nurture take it's natural prevalence and do what it does best, care for humanity.
Join the revolution to care, opt to care because you can, make that choice to provide a quality of life. You can as much as I can, let love be the rule and care our guidance. Visit someone with dementia and put a smile on a face, thank God you care. Let us do or die. Let's free ourselves out of the strain of doing and into the peace of the done.

I can, so send me a question on dementia.