Sarina’s Universe

This page is about my amazing daughter Sarina! 

Sarina is a magical young woman. She is a messenger, showing us onhow to live with our masks down. How to be authentic, honest and kind. Since time elopes her everyone, including me, who spends time with her needs to slow down.

“It takes a village to raise a child; it takes a special needs child to raise the consciousness of the village.”

​- Elaine Hall

Perhaps people like Sarina guide us back to values that allow us to embrace the present moment and let us jump out of the never-ending hamster race.

 Do we need masks? If yes, what for? If no, then what?

 Sarina speaks her truth and doesn’t understand how someone cannot. She has no concept for pleasing others.

 Diagnosis cannot describe Sarina or any person, neither can a label. Sarina simply says, “I’m born with hiccups,” and adds: “Remember, think outside, no box needed.

 Born a micro preemie, she entered this life too soon. How she manages her “hiccups” is a lesson on how to overcome obstacles and live towards your dreams. No matter what.

Sarina’s Universe is her step towards her dream of living her live with more independence.

On her website Sarina’s Universe, she shares her story, her wisdom, and her talents:

“Hats with a mission” are her beautiful knitted hats:

  1. a) as political message to support minorities
  2. b) to support her thrive for independence. Every dollar she earns buys her taxi rides to town.

“Let me translate” is her offer to translate from German to English and back.

Her determination will raise the consciousness of hervillage. It already does.

Get some insights into our lives, with my articles on Sarina below:

Impossible dream? 💙 Wednesday Whisper 2/2020

Impossible dream? 💙 Wednesday Whisper 2/2020

Do you have dreams? I'm participating in a monthlong experience with Mel Robbins "Best Decade Ever" - Dream bigger. I signed up for it against my commitment to shrink my to-do list. Why? The program states: "dream the big, huge, out of this world... dream... " and...

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Sarina born micro preemie 👣 World Prematurity Day 2019

Sarina born micro preemie 👣 World Prematurity Day 2019

World Prematurity Day is observed on November 17th each year to raise awareness of preterm births and the concerns about preterm babies and their families worldwide.   Approximately 15 million babies are born preterm each year, accounting for about one in ten of...

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Imagine! Happy Holidays ⭐️ Wednesday Whisper 52/19

Imagine! Happy Holidays ⭐️ Wednesday Whisper 52/19

Today's whisper will be easy on your eyes. I have shared my thoughts about what moves, hurts, changes me and what lets me grow with you every week of the year 2019. I know at times I'm heavy with words, but not today 😇. I will continue to share my whispers and plan to...

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International Day Of Persons With Disabilities: December 3rd

International Day Of Persons With Disabilities: December 3rd

“I’m different, not less.” – Temple Grandin  December 3rd is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This year’s focus is: “Empowering persons with disabilities and ensuring inclusiveness and equality.” And: “To promote a can-do culture focusing on what people...

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Prematurity Awareness Day: November 17th, 2018

Prematurity Awareness Day: November 17th, 2018

“Born a micro-preemie – I’m here to belong!” All parents of special children learn this: what we know from our ordinary life holds no tools to deal with this kind of tragedy. My daughter was born by emergency C-section on a beautiful hot summer day in August 1990....

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Today enjoy to listen 🎧  🌷 Wednesday Whisper 34/19

Today enjoy to listen 🎧 🌷 Wednesday Whisper 34/19

The Wellness Universe (WU) interviews the presenters for SoulTreat in Sedona in November and asks us to share One Top Tip for your Best Life. 🎧🔥Here is mine: http://bit.ly/2NzMHH           💗 Being interviewed life is a new experience for me...

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A child not fitting in? A special moms wish for you!

A child not fitting in? A special moms wish for you!

I have intended to grow a daughter who has soul and depth. I succeeded despite her being born four months too soon. Do you know how 881 grams looks like? That's one pound and fifteen ounces? A baby that's not being able to breathe alone? I do. Do you know how...

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