Each brain is unique in its ability to recover from trauma
May 13, 2014 By rokiroad
May 14, 2014 at 7:45 pm
How wonderful to see Roki’s achievements over the past 10 months. Absolutely beautiful! Congratulations on your amazing energy and faith – he cannot fail to be a very special little boy with such a wonderful and dedicated family. Rok on!! xxx
May 14, 2014 at 8:27 pm
Well well done Ina, Dave, Ruby and Roki! You are all amazing and such an inspiration! Keep on keeping on! Lots of love from South Africa
May 15, 2014 at 5:13 am
Amazing little man, with such an amazing family. Hugs and kisses fromm all the whanau here back in NZ. Xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
Vee Rowe says
June 18, 2014 at 11:09 pm
You and Dave never cease to amaze us Ina, Roki is looking fabulous – All the Best warm Light and Healing in India with The wonderful Dr Geeta at nu Tech. It is so worth all the difficult work and the heart and soul you are all giving.
Love from Vee and Rowe Family
August 10, 2014 at 2:53 pm
Hi Ina, Dave, Ruby and Roki,
We are ALL here on this earth to climb our mountain. Viewing our life’s journey we realise that ‘our life’s purpose – what we are here to do – is not what comes easiest.’
We don’t begin our climb at the summit; we begin down at the base, and as we ascend through childhood, adolescence, and adulthood we encounter a period of preparation, initiation and training- including challenges through which we come to recognise and improve our weaknesses, and to appreciate our strengths!
For those of us who become disheartened or discouraged with life’s ‘uphill climb’, forget that it’s suppose to be a challenge…the effort creates fires that temper us and strengthen our spirit.
The paths of life hold adventurer and danger, pleasure and difficulty. Our own path may seem clear and direct for a time, then turn sharply in a surprising, often unwanted direction. At certain points on our journey, the road forks and we have to make choices that will influence the rest of our life…we may choose to push onward and upward, to coast downward, or to remain where we are. Each path will have its challenges, and each challenge will contain a lesson, and each lesson leads toward the summit of our mountain…the mountain we were born to climb. Although our path may feel very difficult at times, just know that the higher you climb, the better the view and the closer you get to resting.
I hope this passage helps you as much as it has helped me in my life. I wish you strength and courage on your ‘Roki Road’ together. Again, there is a reason why Roki choose you and Dave to be his parents. What a clever and lucky little boy he is!
All our love and strength from our family to yours,
Isabel and Stephens Family
Saurabh Gupta says
October 27, 2014 at 4:58 pm
God Bless You Roki….
If you remember we met at Huaz Khas Village garden on 26th Oct 2014. It was a pleasure to meet such a strong boy(SuperBoy). God Bless You and wish you will get well soon 🙂
Always smile and enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Troy Evans says
March 15, 2015 at 1:06 pm
Not much fun is it..It is meant to be the happiest day of your life,welcoming your newborn into this world,but the doctors know something is not quite right. My daughter was born with Cerebral Palsy and with all the Australian medicine available, I knew it wasn’t going to be enough. So after a lot of research I also came up with the best option would be stemcell treatment . Firstly looking at the US, and after more deeper research I was a bit sceptical so decided on China. Just yesterday (14 march) my wife and daughter arrived in Beijing to start a four week treatment of stemcell injections. Looking at $50000 it didn’t worry me, just throw it on the home loan ,but I could not let my child NOT have a quality life, I just had to do something! Since then a wonderful local company jumped on board and wanted to sponsor us, which I will be forever grateful but my pride wants to return there money once our house sells! I would have loved to be there but when you are self employed and have a six year old son in year one, it was just not possible. Once this treatment is finalised, I want to let Australia know how it all went and I will!! I was very disappointed will the media of Australia, that being 60 minutes,today tonight and Sunday night as I wanted one of them to join our venture over seas but not one replied. I was not after money, I just wanted to help the 33000 Australians with this disorder( one born every 15 hours) and give them some possible hope and maybe, just maybe wake up Australia and get them on board with this type of treatment here in our own backyard.. Anyway stay tuned and hopefully we receive the results that we are chasing!
March 18, 2015 at 8:19 pm
Such an amazing little family. It is so lovely to watch Roki’s progress. Such a beautiful smiling boy. He certainly is Superok! Sending you lots of love xx
daniel harrowell says
October 6, 2016 at 7:55 am
it is very hard for him going though and chill
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