DAWN The Doorway


DAWN, The Doorway, Parenting: Differently-abled Children is primarily on children born with congenital anomalies and develop life-threatening diseases after birth to whom we know as special needs children, as special children. Jash would like to know them as Differently-abled children, Distinctive Children. J M Mody, Jash lives in FL, USA, and writes nonfiction and memoir books.

It is natural for parents to feel discouraged and think of shattered dreams when they see a child born with congenital anomalies and develop life-threatening diseases after birth. They suddenly come into a predicament to accommodate the change in their priorities. The mother may vent deep anguish, breathe irresistibly, and accepts the challenge, trusting her motherhood. As such, once any woman becomes a mother, she gets the empowerment to deal with her child’s eventualities. Jash has attempted to reach parents and other concerns with genuine, enthusiastic, and passionate understanding through convincing hypotheses not to feel dismayed and lose hope.

They give parents and other caretakers an unspoken, implied, indirect invitation to plunge into their world of innocence and purity and to rise with selfless love and compassion. At the same time, they also remain catalysts for parents to grab opportunities to be humane and filled with human life values. Most of the time, they stay in a blissful and happy mood. It means they reciprocate the services rendered and the devotion offered by parents and caretakers. Otherwise, also their characteristics become catalysts to restore love, care, and compassion in parents, and they can feel reaffirmation and reassurance of being caring, compassionate human beings. Parenting a child with congenital anomalies makes a home practice compassion.

Mody has hypothesized that these naturally phenomenal children come with unbelievably veiled, hidden powers and have the characteristics of differently-abled children. As such, they are born with distinct, unlike drives and influences with changed genetic programs, as differently-abled. They remain connected with autonomous, self-governing, self-operating source energy systems and their arranged networks. They take birth in the family to inspire parents and other dedicated souls to join as teammates to experience transformation and transcend from within for a better life, towards the doorway for the Dawn.

Jash modestly appeals not to show gloomy dejection towards differently-abled children, inhibiting their unique characteristics of being catalysts and activating the heart-core emotions of their parents and other caretakers. It may disrupt their working as navigators. It is to get an endorsement of human beings’ reaffirmation and reassurances of being humane. Trigging and enhancing the process is essential; otherwise, they will turn uninterested, downhearted, and apathetic. Consequently, the beautiful process of inspiring parents and other teammates to be humane through the autonomous, sovereign system will get repressed.

The aim is to motivate and pursue parents to take special care without feeling discouraged, disheartened, and losing hope while parenting such children. It is essential for parents’ minds and hearts to develop optimism by understanding the awaited purpose of a child taking birth in a family. It is to appropriately navigate and boost parents and steadfast immediate family members to have positive attitudes by reassuring their human values to alleviate the child’s condition and to transpire, arise, and ensure a transformed life.

DAWN The Doorway


The nonfiction memoir Dawn, The Doorway Parenting: Differently-abled Children (Children with congenital anomalies) is a comprehensive, far-reaching book on parenting. It is an all-encompassing, worldwide book for contemporary, present-day carrier-oriented couples and families, especially when a family has a child born with congenital anomaly issues and life-threatening, life-terminating diseases after birth.

Numerous books are written and published routinely by medical and paramedical professionals. Most of those books have specialized medical field terminologies having guidelines and references to advance their medical and paramedical treatment, supported by recently researched information and shared experiences of experts. These are primarily helpful for concerned professionals locally and internationally. These books are usually not referred to by parents for their children’s health issues. Nevertheless, these books have excellent details and are available for present-day parents if they want to read, refer and understand their child’s problems to avail of required treatments from medical and paramedical professionals. It may be helpful to parents and family members to support the medical treatments and therapies and actively participate with a better understanding to yield the best possible outcomes for their child.

Dawn, the Doorway primarily alleviates and soothes the dismayed, downcast parents and their immediate family members, having a child born into a family with congenital health issues and life-threatening diseases after birth. It is to motivate and pursue parents to take special care without feeling discouraged, disheartened, and losing hope while parenting such children. It is to appropriately navigate and boost parents and steadfast immediate family members to have positive attitudes by reassuring their human values to alleviate the child’s condition and overall family situation.

It is essential for parents’ minds and hearts to develop optimism by understanding the awaited purpose of a child taking birth in a family with congenital anomalies or developing life-threatening diseases. Using convincing hypotheses, J M Mody has attempted to reach parents and other readers with his sincere, enthusiastic, and passionate understanding not to lose hope. Jash has drawn fundamental life values and coupled innovative parenting vision through a resounding, profound hypothesis to perform their required responsibilities with due diligence accepting realities caringly, lovingly, and remaining compassionate towards such a child. He modestly attempts to convey to the parents so they can distinguish and adopt core values of parenting to change for their own better life.

Consequently, the purpose of their taking birth is to harness community building by making homes practice compassion and to pass on the message worldwide. They encourage creating an agreement, a bond between the parents, family members, and dedicated medical and paramedical professionals to unite as team members. It can make a chain; whoever comes in contact with already transformed teammates will motivate and thread further for societal and communal unity and harmony. The goal is to create a lovely caring society to exchange views and opinions to remove disconcertment and judgments on varied subjects. The goal of writing down is not only to change thinking minds but to touch and feed readers’ hearts means writing down to arise and make it transpire. It is an effort to pen down frankly pretty-looking everyday life incidents to persuade readers’ hearts with real-life anecdotes and experiences.

Dawn, the Doorway, a memoir, is a personal reflection, the expression of a grandpa as an author to motivate and pursue parents to take special care and attention without feeling disgraced while parenting such children.  Jayesh is confident in reaching readers by inscribing true-life incidents and composing those worth reading.

DAWN The Doorway


While completing the memoir with the takeaway message should end with a beautiful, derived life anecdote.

Christine and Jay were on a trip for a week. Unfortunately, they never inquired and had no idea about the tornado that might develop during their absence and create problems. The twister affected many areas, including the village where they had recently moved.

They had moved from the city to a village due to the sudden bad financial condition and heavy losses in the business. They had also faced issues from family to friends, health to wealth, and many unexpected, unforeseen hurtful experiences. During all such adverse days, they had remained optimistic that God would take care and once again open the doorway to a happy life. However, they remained grounded, accepted the challenges, remained persistent, maintained their life values, and never lost faith in God.

Looking at the scenario while driving home, they remained anxious, thinking about their house. The road to their home was not that bad and was drivable. As we reached the county, the traffic slowed down through the storm-affected areas. They passed through a few villages and saw that some homes had been entirely swept away into debris. They noticed many more houses in damaged conditions, with minor to significant damages.

By the time they reached their hometown, it was late evening. Fortunately, it was a full moon day, and they could see their house. Christine saw a half of the roof had blown off, and one of the corners of the home was severely damaged. She was anxious as the home needed extensive repairs.

After enjoying a high-end life for many years in the city, settling down in a village was painful. A daughter and sons were on their way to settle down their lives with their families. Jay had prepared her to leave the city life and return to their old residence situated in the village.

Looking at the home condition, they both got dejected and thought about how to manage repairs and resettle to live life. Fortunately, the ground floor of the house appeared not much affected; however, more than half of the roof of the upper floor had blown up from the bedroom side, damaging some part of the outer walls.

Christine was upset and nervous and refused to enter the home, as she believed she might not be able to withstand looking at the damage. Jay went inside the house to survey quickly about the catastrophe to inform her so she could prepare herself to endure the damaged condition of the home.

The moonlight was sufficient to reach the upper floor, half of the bedroom roof had blown off, and one of the walls had broken. The bathroom, wardrobes, and other areas were entirely messed-up.

Jay never wanted Christine to look at the utterly haywire condition of the upper floor, especially the bedroom, so he removed some planks and debris, pushed the mess into the corner, and quickly cleared the bed area. However, the room was broken and opened to the sky.

While managing all these, Jay took some more time. Christine worried and gave a loud and clear call that she would also like to come up, and she reached the upper floor bedroom area. When Jay saw Christine enter the room, the most damaged portion of the house, he asked her to keep her courage and not to get upset and made her sit on the chair next to the bed to calm down. She had tears, thinking that the fixing might need lots of money, and she knew they had no big money left.

They had already exhausted driving in slow-moving traffic and remained worried before reaching their hometown. Looking at the scenes of many damaged homes on the way, they were anxiously concerned about their home conditions. She was almost disheartened and dismal, so Jay thought of changing her gloomy mood, but how?

To handle the situation and change her mood, Jay helplessly looked at the sky from the broken roof and saw many glittering stars, and the moon was in its grandeur. The storm had created a vast passage by breaking open a significant portion of the bedroom walls, allowing a nice breeze to calm down and soothe them, and he thought to change her mood.

Jay smiled at Christine, but she did not respond. He started whispering and singing in a husky voice, which broke her silence, but she was annoyed.

“Why are you acting so funny, Jay?” she uttered.

“How can you think of singing and making fun of this suffering situation?”

“Christine, do not be upset.” Jay calmly spoke to her.

“They saw the entire scenario during their journey home. A few houses in their community have wholly blown off into debris. Some were severely damaged. Their house is an old house that would have blown up completely, but only half the roof has gone. They must thank God that half the rooftop has remained undamaged.”

“They can still use their bedroom until they repair and fix their roof and complete other repairs. Be calm, relax, and look at the sky. They never had a chance to look at the vastness of the sky, with so many glittering stars and, on the other side, a full moon. These are rare opportunities.”

Christine listened patiently to Jay and encouraged him to complete his talk.

“Christine, do you feel God has given them the excellent opportunity to look at His exceptional glorious existence by removing a portion of the roof?

“They hardly had any opportunity to look at the sky, glittering stars, and moon as they remained busy for many years in a highly illuminated city. Even after they moved to this village home, they never thought of going for a stroll in the evening and have not enjoyed the village’s peaceful, scanty illuminated area so far.” Christine had calmed down by that time and comforted herself with gentle air blowing.

“If he had known earlier,” Jay jokingly concluded, “He would have broken off half of the roof himself earlier. She must agree that looking at, perceiving, and witnessing beautiful nature is wonderful, and that was their passion too.”

Christine smiled and said, “Jay, you are crazy.”

She confirmed, “She never thought of it, but by the time she comprehensively encompassed the magnificent sky. It had escaped her attention about the wonderful and glorious sky scene through an enlarged window for gratification and appreciation.”

She cherished Jay for making her happy and blissful and reminding her to take dreadful incidence lightly.

She understood God’s message that when sudden unexpected painful circumstances develop in life, instead of frightening and discouraging, one needs to find an opportunity to review the situation, accept it as it is, and take up the challenge to change for a better understanding.

She threw herself on the bed and decided to sleep under the sky, looking at glittering stars and the full moon’s glory, which had spread all over the bed through the broken roof.

Christine happily hugged and said, “Do not worry, Jay. We will fix the roof together.” She agreed to the proposal to repair the roof and other home areas with firm support and harmony.

They enjoyed looking at each other, smiling, and whispering many assurances and lovely messages. Moreover, they understood that a relationship means to know each other well and gain confidence.

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