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Inspiration

By Sarah Sacco

October 14, 2011

This morning I opened my e-mail to find something beautiful. I'm not talking the kind of beautiful that the stars have -- air-brushed "perfection" unattainable in the real world. I'm not talking about the kind of beautiful that advertisers sell to the masses. I'm talking about a beautiful story of a mother's love, a young man's incredible gift. It had me in tears -- the best tears really.

For those of us who struggle each day, who face challenges (and who doesn't?) and who sometimes wonder how to keep on going, this story gives inspiration. Won't you watch it, too?



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Sarah and Carmen Anthony Sacco

Sarah and Carmen Anthony Sacco

Carmen Anthony, Sarah and Abbi often ponder the meaning of "normal." Anthony's music brought him healing after his diagnosis with AIDS in 2000 when he was given six months to live. Sarah was diagnosed with HIV in 2003 at the age of 23. They met at a support group and embarked on life's adventure together. Then, along came Abbi -- a precious gift free from HIV! Life as a family with AIDS is not what anyone imagined, but it is full of music, blessings, and chaos!


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