To my dearest son,
My heartfelt sympathies, love, and prayers go out to you right now. I imagine this situation must seem so unfair and may even fill you with despair. Perhaps you are spending time blaming yourself for the accident or cursing your horrid luck.
If I may take a moment to send you a token of advice. Please look up to the biggest hero of your noble franchise for inspiration. Buster Posey’s career may have been over in 2011. Many definitely wrote him off. However, with faith, persistence, an incredible work ethic, and soulful dedication, he not only recovered, but he came back earlier than anyone expected him to, and performed more spectacularly than anyone could have predicted.
In this which might be your darkest hour, look within yourself and see the shining bright light which you are. See your soul, and the brilliance and love that resides within. Know that if you allow that light and love to pour out into the rest of your body, arms, wrists, and hands, into your rehabilitation, into your practice, and into your devotion, you will be supported and you will be successful. Send prayers to and have faith in El Señor, Great Spirit, or whomever you may call the Great Power moving through the Universe. Let His Light lead you and heal you in your journey, and know that you are blessed and you are loved by the Universe. Allow Him to support you on your journey over these next 1-2 years, and for your life thereafter, not only healing your wrist so you may have a wonderful and ecstatic life, but also to support you in reaching your dreams and becoming a superstar. Live every day in perseverence, dedication, self-love, faith, and devotion. Dream and pray with every moment of rehab. Trust in your body, yourself, your team, and God. And when times are dark, and the path upward seems impossible, remember the light within you, and His Love that supports you.
May God Bless You. May God Bless You. May God Bless You.
Your McCoven Dad