What Hannah Taught Me…

first_imgby, Virgil Thomas, ChangingAging.orgTweet5Share2ShareEmail7 SharesHannah O’Hara Thomas passed away today. She lived 17-and-a-half years longer than anyone predicted. While it is so painful, tragic, and downright unfair that she left us after only 18 years, I believe that in that time she lived more fully and gave more than most people could in a 100 years.Hannah was born with a rare disease called Ohtahara Syndrome. Developmentally, her and her sister, Haleigh, never made it past six months; yet they have always had old souls. Hannah was the embodiment of wisdom, love, grace, and kindness. She passed her wisdom on to thousands of people around the world.Continue reading here.Related PostsHannah O’Hara ThomasFor all of her 18 years, Hannah O’Hara Thomas has mentored us all in the truth that each of us has a special gift to offer the world, no matter who we are or what life sends our way. More at www.edenalt.org.Green House Model and the Eden Alternative: Setting the stage for people to growBy Judith Meyers-Thomas When I gave birth to my first child I had no idea that it would be a lesson in empowerment. Haleigh Jane, who is just about to turn 18, was born with Otahara Syndrome. In the simplest … Continue reading →Hannah ThomasHannah may be able to leave the ICU today— hopeful…Tweet5Share2ShareEmail7 SharesTags: The Eden Alternativelast_img read more

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