Share Facts about Covid-19

March 24, 2020

the doctors and nurses and scientists fighting against the virus

Craig's List of Writings


Originally posted on BOOKS BY CRAIG LOCK: from from My thoughts on Covid-19 a.k.a. Corona virus, as a healthcare provider. PPS Let see the power at work of “virally shared” words of information (hopefully true and helpful), support, encouragement and upliftment Shared by “not so busy” c ‘Share and care’ ‘PPS (“ABF”) “In the…


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Relief Aid (Syria)

February 29, 2020


Also see

ReliefAid: Delivering aid to Syria’s front lines


Fred Hollows enduring legacy of sight

February 26, 2020

Fred Hollows

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Corona virus highlights Chinas iron fisted rule

February 12, 2020

Three children orphaned

February 3, 2020
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“The Nurse”

January 29, 2020

The poor animals in the tragic Australian fires

January 28, 2020

The firemen, both Australian and those from all other nations , who protect our lives and property.

craig's thoughts

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January 27, 2020

International Day of Persons with Disabilities…

January 16, 2020

Live to reach your full potential by sustaining your positive mental attitude because if you focus on your problems and limitations you become disempowered.”

– Max Mteliso
Keep inspiring, Kavita and enjoy the day
Knocking off” c

Sunshiny SA Site

Yesterday was the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

In my opinion, it should be an everyday acknowledgement and remembrance to be kinder, certainly more tolerant and respectful.

We all bear challenges daily, all of us in different manners and many visibly so.

As a commuter and a people watcher, it pains me to see the lack of tolerance towards others. My pet peeve? Taking a parking bay reserved for the physically challenged. The young man yesterday morning, was callously thoughtless as he snuck into the bay before a lady. Chivalry aside, he was oblivious to his actions. I’m not given to road rage but I was seething. I can only imagine how the lady felt hobbling around with the aid of a stick after finally securing another parking spot.

Yesterday evening, I was devastated to see a video doing the rounds of two men fighting for a parking space…

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My Wife’s Life-Changing Freak Accident & her Battle with a Traumatic Brain Injury.

January 3, 2020

Great tribute, and keep writing and inspiring, Bob
All the best in 2020
“totally unmusical” c

Ten Thousand Days

I originally shared the story of Shelly’s inspiring journey almost two years ago.
It’s since been published by sites such as The Mighty and Love What Matters as well as being shared by MSN and Yahoo.
I updated the piece for the Elephant Journal.
Last week they published it on their site.
Below is the updated version that they published.
Thank you for reading!


The seven-year anniversary of my wife Shelly’s traumatic brain injury (TBI) is fast-approaching.

Her life was forever changed in a split second on a cold day in January of 2013.

A freak accident happened within our home. A homemade bottle of ginger ale was taken from the refrigerator to the kitchen sink to be poured out. Shelly was busy and didn’t pour it out right away.

As it sat on the counter for a few days, it went from cold to warm. The ingredients of…

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